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How do I get traffic info from routers using Netscout?

I've gone through all the documentation, and I can't get any traffic info from my routers using netscout? It doesn't look like it should be that hard, but I can't figure it out. I have 3640's, 2610's, and 7200's. Can someone please help me? Thanks in advance.

Jpoulos

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Re: How do I get traffic info from routers using Netscout?

When you say 'netscout', are you referring to NetScout Probes OR nGenius RTM?

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Re: How do I get traffic info from routers using Netscout?

nGenius RTM. I got it with the ciscoworks RWAN package.

Jpoulos

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Re: How do I get traffic info from routers using Netscout?

RTM is for Switches/NAM and Probes since routers only support Alarms and Events from the RMON group. You can't add a router directly into RTM. You must use a probe/NAM with the router in order to get data off the routers in RTM. See the RTM user guide for details.

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Re: How do I get traffic info from routers using Netscout?

Some IOS routers (e.g. 2500) supports RMON. That's the only data RTM can use. If you want to monitor traffic on a interface on a router that doesn't support RMON you'll need a dedicated probe.

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