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Anyone have any ideas about how to solve this challenge? We'd like to collect dhcp relay stats from our Juniper routers, not necessarily for minute-by-minute graphs and alerts but to be able to show patterns of longer term trends (hourly, daily, monthly) I've got the list of OIDs for the counts of DORA plus Naks, Informs, total lease count and total drops. The kicker is that they are stored on a per routing instance (ie VRF) basis and the OIDs aren't structured like #WILDVALUE (routing instance name or ID)#.n.n.n Instead, all routing instances use the same OIDs, and to query them yo
R2NNTG My group supports several hundred switches across all of our buildings and locations, but we don't always receive reliable or timely information about events that change the local density of wired connectivity needed to support constituents and their various devices. This frequently results in a significant amount of wasted switch port capacity and wasted electricity when a specific location is vacated or its use changed and we are not told, leaving a 48-port switch where 24 ports or less would be sufficient for example (worst of all is the scenario where we purchase additional sw
Name: Name: Juniper Virtual Chassis_lmsupport Display Name: Displayed As: Juniper Virtual Chassis_HW Info Locator Code: YWWE74 I modified (actually, I had help from Support) the datasource Juniper Virtual Chassis- so that values that originally were displayed in the UI as only descriptive text on per-instance mouse-overs are now presented as properties. Juniper switches present difficulty to the datasource Device_Component_Inventory; this modification allows a single-step way to associate with stand alone switches and virtual chassis while getting inventory data on a per-member