[rancid] Re: routers map/network topology

Danielson, Graeme Graeme.Danielson at airnz.co.nz
Tue Dec 19 04:54:05 UTC 2006

It's not picture based and L3 only but WANdoc works well for me. After
installing just point it at your rancid cisco configs. It does things
like hyperlinking all the networks with interfaces, consistency checks
on subnets, access-lists, and basic security for snmp and vty ACLs etc.
Makes navigating large network configs much easier. A part I use a bit
for troubleshooting is paste in the output from a traceroute into it's
webpage and it will show you the raw config for all the L3 interfaces on
the path.

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[mailto:rancid-discuss-bounces at shrubbery.net] On Behalf Of Julien TOUCHE
Sent: Sunday, 17 December 2006 4:11 a.m.
To: rancid-discuss at shrubbery.net
Subject: [rancid] routers map/network topology


i've just discovered rancid and if it seems to solves the problem of
backup and history on network equipments, i'm not sure about topology
and map.

this seems to be positive

but i would like to see some examples or screenshots
for example, diagram like nagios map or text map with which
routers/switch is linked to which one.

something like

switch1 - router1 - router1b
            - router2 - router2b
            - router3 - router3b
                          - router3c
                          - router3d
            - router4 - router4b

eventually with which subnet.
and so on

If it is possible, two questions:
- how ? any guide/howto link ?
- does it support nat pool/static on some of these routers ?

thanks a lot


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