Re: Dynamic NA task after Receiving Specific Syslog message (126 Views)
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mostafa_hassan
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Registered: ‎12-11-2011
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Dynamic NA task after Receiving Specific Syslog message

Hello ,

 

we have issue regarding HSRP protocol , that one of distribution switches has Memory error and CEF is down and MPLS service went down , but the services for the devices went down because of that and HSRP didn't transferred to the standby Distribution switch , as the HSRP has to meet some conditions to transfer to the second switch mentioned below :

HSRP will trigger a failover during an physical interface (10 gig port) down, virtual interface (VLAN) down or a complete switch outage.

so i am planning to match these conditions through the help of HP NA , if there are Memory Fragmentation Error it will send syslog message to HP NA , so i would like to do dynamic task to shutdown one vlan or Ten giga interface so i can match one of the HSRP failover conditions .

 

is there are any task that i can do it like that after receiving Syslog message to run command script to shutdown interface !!!

 

 


any help will be grateful

All the best .
Saying Thanks by hitting Kudos :)

Regards
Mostafa Hassan
HP AIS NNM-NA-OO
CCNA-CCNP-ITIL-VCA-Cloud-VCA DataCenter
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_paul
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Registered: ‎05-24-2012
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Re: Dynamic NA task after Receiving Specific Syslog message

Hello Mostafa,

 

You can add your Syslog pattern to the list in NA Admin settings. 

 

Then each time NA receives that Syslog, it will trigger a snapshot on the device. 

After this step, we will add a New Event Notification & Response Rule:

 

when the following events occur Device Snapshot, 

- on devices in this Partition and in these groups X,

- to take this action: Run task

- wait  X seconds  and then run this task: Run Command Script.

 

Let us know on the above.

 

Thanks and regards,

Paul

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