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How to Monitor Connections

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Hello,

We have two Fiber Lines that we BGP Peer with and occasionally we have latency issues that I cannot track down and the customer service at the carriers can be hit or miss.

Can anyone advise me on the best way to monitor our Incoming Connections simply? I basically just want ot be able to detect packet loss, latency, and outages.

Thanks!

bgp-peer connections latency

Created on May 21, 2019 5:12:44 PM by  Travis (0) 1



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Hello Travis,

We have here something regarding monitoring BGP, but it might no be really what you're after.

Maybe deploying a remote probe outside your network and using QoS sensors could be interesting as well.

Kind regards,

Erhard

Created on May 22, 2019 12:02:57 PM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]



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Hi Erhard,

We do have a server in Canada. Perhaps put a remote probe with a QoS Sensor to see what is going on?

Created on May 22, 2019 1:41:25 PM by  Travis (0) 1



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Hi Travis,

Yes, sounds like a plan :)

Kind regards,

Erhard

Created on May 23, 2019 7:41:33 AM by  Erhard Mikulik [Paessler Support]



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