1 Reply Latest reply: May 18, 2017 7:49 AM by Sudhin Bengeri RSS

How can we run diagnostic compliance on Netdoctor

Asif Younus

How can we run diagnostic compliance on Netdoctor.

Example:

QOS policy Configure on Devices

  1. 1) Policy QoS Es20
  2. 2) Policy QoS Es20+
  3. 3) Policy QoS Es+

Devices have different kind of Interfaces Hardware like below,

7600 ES+ DFC XL                 7600-ES+3CXL       JAE141602MK  1.1  

 

ESM20G Distributed          7600-ES20-D3CXL    JAE1212C3O4 1.0  

 

We need to check QoS policy on interfaces configuration that should be configured with correct policy.

If interface card type is (ES+) then match (policy Qos Es+) should be there.

If interface card type is (ES20) then match (policy Qos Es20) should be there.

Then check under device running configuration (policy Qos Es20/ Policy QoS Es+)  and match with the provided template.

  • Re: How can we run diagnostic compliance on Netdoctor
    Sudhin Bengeri

    You can use the Operational Show Command Validation rules (aka the template checker rules) for such a policy compliance check.

     

    Here is what you would require to do in brief, please refer to the NetAuditor user guide for further details.

     

    - Create template specification XML file (you can start with example spec files provided in [install-dir]\models\module_ref\netdoctor\Example_Rule_Parameter_Files\Operational_Show_Command_Validation\3122\match)

    - In the template spec file you define the following:

    -- device match criteria to identify devices you want to check

    -- configuration file match criteria to identify the show command output to check - show running or other show commands

    -- Groups of checks - where you can define sections (e.g., interface config section), and which commands (specified in a text file) that need to be present in those sections

    - Launch the Configure/Run NetDoctor dialog box, expand the "Operational Show Command Validation" rule suite and check either the vendor-OS specific Show Command Output Differs from Template File rule

    - Specify the directory where the above template spec file is created as the Match template specification

    - Enable XLSX reporting (if needed) by checking the export to spreadsheet checkbox in the setting tab

    - Save and run NetDoctor

     

    Hope that helps.

     

    Sudhin