Is there something that's not working for you?
Here's SolarWinds' demo site monitoring a WAN link on a Juniper device: http://oriondemo.solarwinds.com/Orion/Interfaces/InterfaceDetails.aspx?NetObject=I:1540&view=InterfaceDetails
This speaks to some of the SNMP trap monitoring of RPM services: https://www.juniper.net/documentation/en_US/junos/topics/task/configuration/rpm-probes-configuring.html
I want to WAN monitoring with IP WAN, example, IP router WAN1: 192.168.1.1 connect to IP WAN 2: 192.168.1.2; I want to monitor snmp (as ping polling) to arlert when not ping polling 192.168.1.2.
Pls guide me.
Thanks for your answer!
Before that, in my network system, I confured RPM services, and "show log messages in devices command " is display "PING_TEST_FAILED: pingCtlOwnerIndex = R2, pingCtlTestName = tunnel".
And Solarwinds Orion web consoled connected successful with Router Juniper.
Now, I want to show this log "PING_TEST_FAILED: pingCtlOwnerIndex = R2, pingCtlTestName = tunnel" in solarwinds Orion web consoles.
Pls guide me!
Afraid I don't have any Juniper devices at my disposal. I won't really be able to help you along.
Those are syslog or traps event "PING_TEST_FAILED: pingCtlOwnerIndex = R2, pingCtlTestName = tunnel" ?
To view that in the web console you probebly need to send syslog/trap from your juniper device to Solarwinds
to alert on that event you can try that
and plz vote for upgrade support for juniper
If you wanted to know the Tunnel & WAN LINK status either its through Syslog
you can ping anything other side of the tunnel to make sure the Tunnel is UP and WAN link is established .If the packets will be dropped you will get to know the Tunnel status .
Also Syslog and UNDP can be configured which will let you know the tunnel status and WAN link is actually established .