Router monitoring of an L2TPv2 tunnel when it goes from "est" to "nosess"?
I have been looking around to find some debug/syslog data to create an EEM script to monitor when an L2TPv2 goes from "est" to "nosess". I have posted a question on the EEM script forum for some input on the script. However, I am curious if anyone has looked or found a way to monitor the "state" of an L2TPv2 tunnel. That way, I can possibly add it to my EEM script to re-establish the tunnel when it goes down. For example, here is a sample of a "debug l2tp all" when the tunnel is up:
*Nov 3 21:25:36.064: L2TP tnl 01005:000005F0: I HELLO, flg TLS, ver 2, len 20 *Nov 3 21:25:36.064: L2TP tnl 01005:000005F0: *Nov 3 21:25:36.064: L2TP tnl 01005:000005F0: O ZLB ACK to vpn-si1.reliablehosting.com tnl 1829 *Nov 3 21:25:36.064: L2TP tnl 01005:000005F0:
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