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Re: Measure overall network availability

  • From: Vicky Rode
  • Date: Fri Jan 07 09:25:07 2005

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Jim Popovitch wrote:
| On Fri, 2005-01-07 at 12:09 +0530, Suresh Ramasubramanian wrote:
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|>Maybe maintain a few 1U colo boxes (cheap!) in data centers on
|>selected networks around the world, from where you want to measure
|>reachablity .. run nothing except nagios or some other monitoring app
|>for measuring availablity of services like http, smtp, etc that you
|>want to know are available or not,
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| I've often wondered, as I work intimately with NMS software, just how
| much cross network traffic is "are you there?" related.  Would it have a
| positive impact on overall net performance if everyone just turned off
| all internetwork status polling?
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depends on the polling period.


regards,
/vicky

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| <ducking>
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| -Jim P.
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