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Re: [snips-users] monitor access to cisco router using telnet
Thanks. I'll try that. Just to clarify... I can specify different POLLINTERVAL for each device right?
POLLINTERVAL 120 TIMEOUT 30
HOST test-router 172.16.2.2 telnet 23 Critical Time 5 10 15 User Access
POLLINTERVAL 500 more devices...
Note that for testing purposes, I also included the config below, then I run tcpdump
on host 172.16.2.3 to see how often it polls. But I'm not seeing anything. It seems to me that
there may be something wrong. It's been more than 20 minutes now and I've not seen
snips logging a new state. (i.e error)
# tcpdump -p -n -s 1200 -X host 172.16.2.3 and port 23
POLLINTERVAL 120 HOST test-openbsd 172.16.2.3 telnet 23 Critical QUIT quit
Ean Kingston wrote:
On June 15, 2005 02:59 pm, you wrote:
-- Allan P. Magmanlac allan magmanlac at nrns.ca NRNS Incorporated DREnet Network Coordination Centre (NCC) Tel: (613) 599-7860 ext 107