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What is the best way to monitor cisco routers in cluster?

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Hi Experts,

 

I need to configure NNMi 9.2x to monitor some cisco routers clusters.

 

The goal is get incidents in three levels, like below:

 

1. Get interface down incidents of all interfaces activated in cluster nodes.

 

2. Get node down incidents of individual routers in cluster.

 

3. Get "cluster down" incidents  case all nodes unavailable.

 

I think the best way is set node down and interface down incidents to cluster nodes (using payload) and set a custom correlation for detect cluster down.

 

Someone have other sugestions?

 

 

Regards,

 

Paulo

 

 

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Hello Prafiere

 

 

Please take a look the following document so you can be able to know what would be the expected behavior regarding redundancy behavior.

 

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1459502

 

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Hello Prafiere

 

 

Please take a look the following document so you can be able to know what would be the expected behavior regarding redundancy behavior.

 

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM1459502

 

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Hi,

I just read the document in the link that you sent, but is not clear to me if ALL cluster fail events is contained in the Rrg* incidents.

Could you clarify it?


Best regards,

Paulo


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Hello PAfriere

 

All the cluster scenarios are  posted in the document and will be contain in the RRG events.

 

 

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