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Jul 21, 2012, 12:33 PM
Post #3 of 4
Re: Any interest in my script that auto generate nagios configs for juniper devices polled via SNMP?
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Very much interested. Having all this on a blog would be rather much
more interested and useful. I would like to get the hold of the Script
as well as the MoP to get all the SNMP traps on Nagios/Cacti.
On Fri, Jul 20, 2012 at 11:53 PM, Dana Konkin <dkonkin [at] formadata> wrote:
> Hi Morgan,
> It's possible that many will be interested. Go for it! Put it on a blog and
> see what happens.
> Good luck,
> On Jul 20, 2012 7:39 PM, "Morgan McLean" <wrx230 [at] gmail> wrote:
>> I have a script that I've developed which when given a list of hosts will
>> poll via snmp and gather:
>> Interface details
>> BGP peers
>> OSPF neighbors
>> Hardware information
>> It then has some default behavior and intelligently builds a working nagios
>> configuration for the devices, all by itself. There are some configuration
>> flags, but the default behavior does quite a lot.
>> My implementation auto generates around 17,500 checks for 38 devices before
>> ignoring access interfaces etc, things I don't care as much about. I'm able
>> to generate all of this via my script in under five minutes. I'm assuming
>> once I configure the interfaces I want to ignore (a lot) that amount of
>> checks would come down significantly.
>> Some network admins don't know unix or nagios very well. If there is enough
>> interest I will put up a page with details on how to setup a quick nagios
>> installation, and include details about how to use the script (its very
>> easy). I'll probably start maintaining publicly it if there is enough
>> I run an all juniper network at work, so this script is really only
>> designed for juniper shops. These files can also augment existing nagios
>> configurations, a stand alone installation isn't needed.
>> Let me know, either publicly or directly please. I've included a few screen
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