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Traceroute using SNMP MIB

Phil33300
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Hi all,

I would like to do a traceroute using SNMP MIB. I found the CISCO-STACK MIB which is not supported on the platform I run. I found the DISMAN-TRACEROUTE which seems to be not supported at all by cisco devices...

Is there any MIB available on Cisco routers supporting traceroute functionnalities ?

Thanks!

--Phil

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Joe Clarke
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The CISCO-RTTMON-MIB will allow you to setup an IP SLA operation called pathEcho that works like a traceroute.  It will test the round-trip response time between a source device and destination node.  Support for this will require an image with a feature set greater than IPBASE.

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Joe Clarke
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The CISCO-RTTMON-MIB will allow you to setup an IP SLA operation called pathEcho that works like a traceroute.  It will test the round-trip response time between a source device and destination node.  Support for this will require an image with a feature set greater than IPBASE.

Argggg. I completely forgot IPSLA ... yes, you're right patchEcho is doing a traceroute and I can fetch the IP ... Thanks!

--Phil

Hi,

 

Can you give an example script to fetch traceroute result using CISCO-RTTMON?

Thanks!

Joe Clarke
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The short answer is simply to walk the rttMonEchoPathAdminTable.  Each entry will be the IP address of one of the hops in the path for a given collector.

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