Hello Community !
2 interfaces of a CISCO router are configured with an IP address (Gi0/0/1 = 10.1.1.1 and Gi0/0/2 = 10.1.1.2).
I’d like to monitor the latency to reach, with my Centreon poller, on both interfaces, Gi0/0/1 and Gi0/0/2.
Do I have to create 2 hosts (because IP are differents), which is very host-consuming, or do you know any other solution to perform the measurement ?
Best answer by JumulusView original
if the interfaces are on the same device, how could you have differents latency ?
I mean in both case it’s the same device responding.
if you have a look at
You can add host in the same ping service, so on the same service you will have the both interface.
In other words:
1°)duplicate the ping service with the first interface.
2°) In the ping_1 service, in extraoption, add -H “the second ip”
Many thanks, Jumulus, it’s exactly what I wanted to perform !
About your request, to reach the first and the second IP address of the router, we don’t use the same routing path. The consequence is a latency quite different ; with Centreon we’ll be able to measure the time difference, and it will be an help to determine the best solution to implement.
Ok, I understand, i did nearly the same on my network.
When you have this kind of question, always try a --help on the command, in most case the answer is here ! :)
have a nice day.
@pierre1, @Jumulus for coming in clutch with the answer to your initial query 😉
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