[mrtg] Re: Routing Table Size

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at ergens.op.HET.NET
Sat Jul 20 01:23:07 MEST 2002

Chris Burton wrote:

> Unfortunately I believe I did ask the wrong question.  My problem is
> that I cannot find any OID that will give you the total number of
> routes, the only thing I have found so far is the standard routing
> table entries (Source, Destination, Next Hop) when trying to poll a
> Cisco device (12000 GSR, 6500MSFC, 8400).  Currently the only way I
> have been able to extract the information that I need is to write a
> script to go out and poll the device and calculate the number of
> routes.

Sorry, can't help you then.  A quick scan in google also shows
those same OIDs.  I also found a sample program that builds a
table just like you do, so I guess that's the way Cisco designed it.


Maybe the RFCs mentioned in this doc can help you.

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