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Re: CISCO --> debian tool(s)

Debian Ghost wrote:

> Hey Guys,
> I was wondering if there were any debian tools used for working with Cisco
> routers and/or other Cisco gear. I was thinking about things like
> analytical tools and configuration tools. Mainly I am interested in
> anything that is happening now and/or being developed.
> Any info much appriciated!
> D. Ghost
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I know that cisco has a product that work on solaris and NT, not yet on linux
but they are working on it.
Actually i use minicom to configure debug and monitor what's happening on my
ciscos and i'm really glad about it. ;o)
To monitor cisco routers and/or NAS, you can use rrdtool and mrtg to get info
about bandwith, and snmp to reconfigure the cisco on the fly (for example in
combination with lids).


Youri Albinovanus
System Administrator
Tiscali Belgium
29-31 Ch. d'Ixelles
Tel. : +32 2 4000888
Fax. : +32 2 4000899

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