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Re: [NANOG-LIST] Re: Graphing Peering
- From: Jared Mauch
- Date: Wed Jan 19 22:37:50 2005
On Thu, Jan 20, 2005 at 03:14:24AM +0000, Christopher L. Morrow wrote:
> On Wed, 19 Jan 2005, andrew matthews wrote:
> > Well with mac accounting i've found that the results are not correct
> > number they have to multiplied or something.
> > I have a GigE and it has multiple peering sessions on it. Flowscan
> > can't keep up, i have to export it in samples and that just defeats
> > the purpose. I'm trying to find a way to graph indivual peers with
> > totals. If there was a way to do it in perl i would... but i can't
> > find the traffic on a per session basis.
"ip accounting mac-address input"
"ip accounting mac-address output"
then collect "sh arp" and "sh int mac-accounting" to sync
up with your bgp sessions and ips, and you're all set.
> > I'm running a cisco 12000 series router, with a current ios.
> the ingress/egress linecards make a large difference in your stats
> collection efforts... so you might want to mention what they are so those
> that have tackled this before can better assist.
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