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MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Wed May 22, 2013 8:14 am

Dear All,

I am using BGP with 2-3 peer with RB1100AHx2. I want to monitor BGP session. Is it possible to monitor with nagios or grate graphs with cacti so the we can keep log of BGP up/down.


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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Thu May 23, 2013 3:29 am

You could do this via SNMP if the BGP tables you're receiving aren't full tables (full tables and SNMP output don't work very nicely together due to the amount of data required to be sent).

Alternatively via the API or ssh if you're creating a custom probe.
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Thu May 23, 2013 8:04 am

Thx for reply .

But i am unable to find any SNMP OID to get BGP state. Could anybody help in this.


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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Thu May 23, 2013 2:36 pm

But i am unable to find any SNMP OID to get BGP state. Could anybody help in this.
there are 3 MIBs for BGP: Some useful OIDs (there are a whole lot more objects and details in the RFCs):
  • - peer state: .1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.1.2.<peer-ip>. Possible values are: idle(1), connect(2), active(3), opensent(4), openconfirm(5), established(6).
  • - peer admin state: .1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.1.3.<peer-ip>
  • - peer remote AS: .1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.1.9.<peer-ip>
  • - peer last error: .1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.1.14.<peer-ip>
If you're using Nagios (or whatever NMS) and want a "fully automated" monitoring, you can retrieve the entire BGP neighbor table (in your case 2-3 row entries) which will contain all these parameters for all the neighbors listed in the table or you can hardcode the IP addreses for the neighbors you're interested in and check only for those. The OID for the table is .1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.

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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Fri May 24, 2013 11:13 pm

But i am unable to find any SNMP OID to get BGP state. Could anybody help in this.
there are 3 MIBs for BGP: Some useful OIDs (there are a whole lot more objects and details in the RFCs):
  • - peer state: .1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.1.2.<peer-ip>. Possible values are: idle(1), connect(2), active(3), opensent(4), openconfirm(5), established(6).
  • - peer admin state: .1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.1.3.<peer-ip>
  • - peer remote AS: .1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.1.9.<peer-ip>
  • - peer last error: .1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.1.14.<peer-ip>
If you're using Nagios (or whatever NMS) and want a "fully automated" monitoring, you can retrieve the entire BGP neighbor table (in your case 2-3 row entries) which will contain all these parameters for all the neighbors listed in the table or you can hardcode the IP addreses for the neighbors you're interested in and check only for those. The OID for the table is .1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.

Hope this helps,
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Mon May 27, 2013 9:39 am

Hi mandrade,

monitoring BGP sessions on MikroTik RouterOS was also on my list but unfortunately the BGP-related MIBs are not supported, at least not on RouterOS v5.x. Only some generic and MikroTik specific MIBs are implemented as of yet. The supported MIBs are:
MIBs used in RouterOS v5.x:

MIKROTIK-MIB
MIB-2
HOST-RESOURCES-MIB
IF-MIB
IP-MIB
IP-FORWARD-MIB
IPV6-MIB
BRIDGE-MIB
DHCP-SERVER-MIB
CISCO-AAA-SESSION-MIB
ENTITY-MIB
UPS-MIB
SQUID-MIB
Maybe a MikroTik official can shed some light regarding their plans to support the RFC4273 in the future, if any.
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Mon May 27, 2013 2:16 pm

Hi mandrade,

monitoring BGP sessions on MikroTik RouterOS was also on my list but unfortunately the BGP-related MIBs are not supported, at least not on RouterOS v5.x. Only some generic and MikroTik specific MIBs are implemented as of yet. The supported MIBs are:
MIBs used in RouterOS v5.x:

MIKROTIK-MIB
MIB-2
HOST-RESOURCES-MIB
IF-MIB
IP-MIB
IP-FORWARD-MIB
IPV6-MIB
BRIDGE-MIB
DHCP-SERVER-MIB
CISCO-AAA-SESSION-MIB
ENTITY-MIB
UPS-MIB
SQUID-MIB
Maybe a MikroTik official can shed some light regarding their plans to support the RFC4273 in the future, if any.

Hey MikroTik Team any plan to support RFC4273 MIBs????

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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Wed Oct 09, 2013 7:31 pm

Agreed on all accounts. I can monitor my bgp sessions on all the Cisco routers I have.. would like to do the same on the
Mikrotik routers.

BGP peer state would be very helpful .
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Thu Oct 10, 2013 1:17 am

Agreed as well. Also, http://www.observium.org/wiki/Main_Page is a fantastic tool for usage/port/session status etc. monitoring.
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Thu Jan 23, 2014 8:53 am

any word from mikrotik?
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Sat Jan 25, 2014 7:00 pm

If you guys could have a wishlist for BGP monitoring, what would it be?
I'd like:
Peer State
Peer # of routes received
Peer # of routes advertised

3 very simple, but useful things.
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These 3 would be also my favorites .
 
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Sun Jul 06, 2014 7:21 pm

I hope that bgp monitoring with snmp will be implemented soon.
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Wed Sep 17, 2014 8:04 am

Bringing up an old thread.

Does any one know if this has been implemented ?
 
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Thu Sep 18, 2014 10:13 am

I have been told by support that this will be improved in RouterOS v7
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Thu Sep 18, 2014 2:18 pm

I have been told by support that this will be improved in RouterOS v7
A lot of interesting features and improvements are expected in v7... I wonder when it will be released...
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Fri Aug 05, 2016 10:09 am

Hi,

if you looking for a solution to bgp peer in nagios yet i have write a plugin.

https://github.com/pincioc/check_bgp_mikrotik_nagios
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Sun Aug 07, 2016 8:25 pm

Hey pincio,
thanks for the API idea, though if possible I'd ask you to go with https://github.com/efaden/MikroTikPerl as the api library.
(ssl support and so on)

based on your script I was able to check the route-count in a specific vrf:
my @cmd = ("/ip/route/print","=count-only=","?routing-mark=". $ng->get('vrf'));
the issue I'm now stuck at is: where does winbox get the prefix-count per peer from, I see no such value via
/routing bgp peer print
any hint is greatly appreciated.

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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Sun Aug 07, 2016 9:10 pm

Try
/routing bgp peer print status
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Sun Aug 07, 2016 10:28 pm

Thanks Cha0s,
this definitely did the trick!

finally the prefix-count can be checked for a remote peer IP like this:
my @cmd = ("/routing/bgp/peer/print","=status=","?remote-address=". $ng->get('peer'),"=.proplist=prefix-count");
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Mon Aug 08, 2016 2:05 pm

Thx hk for your contribute,

i have update the code with SSL and prefix count value output.
 
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Mon Aug 08, 2016 3:07 pm

Dear Pincio,
thank you for updating your code, maybe you'd like to put this together in one command request like this:
my @cmd = ("/routing/bgp/peer/print","=status=","?remote-address=". $ng->get('peer'),"=.proplist=prefix-count,state");

this way you can simply check the results like this:
result: =prefix-count=XYZ
result: =state=STATUS
result: !done

and you make only one api call.
Finally I'd vote for some optional values like expected prefixes and/or an upper and lower limit, this way one could get notified if either a fixed value is wrong or if a lower or upper limit is reached (lower might mean something is wrong with this peer and higher usually means you have to raise your max-prefix-limit or maybe change your filters).

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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Mon Aug 08, 2016 5:32 pm

Dear Pincio,
thank you for updating your code, maybe you'd like to put this together in one command request like this:
my @cmd = ("/routing/bgp/peer/print","=status=","?remote-address=". $ng->get('peer'),"=.proplist=prefix-count,state");

this way you can simply check the results like this:
result: =prefix-count=XYZ
result: =state=STATUS
result: !done
Yes, of course. Now i use your command and clean the code from useless cicle
Finally I'd vote for some optional values like expected prefixes and/or an upper and lower limit, this way one could get notified if either a fixed value is wrong or if a lower or upper limit is reached (lower might mean something is wrong with this peer and higher usually means you have to raise your max-prefix-limit or maybe change your filters).
I have add -T argument in the format min:MAX
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Mon Aug 08, 2016 6:35 pm

When I installed MiktoTik Dude I hoped that there would be a way to show the peer prefix-count in a map just
like it can show the current link bitrate. But although Dude can use the same API, it does not appear that it
can do this.
(I would like to see the prefix counts in each direction along a link, and maybe when hovering it show a top-n
list of largest prefixed routed along that link)
 
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Mon Aug 08, 2016 7:03 pm

Hi pe1chl,
I bet you, you don't want this hovering-feature on bgp peers transmitting a full v4 (or even v6) table as this would simply take quite long :)

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Mon Aug 08, 2016 7:14 pm

Hi pe1chl,
I bet you, you don't want this hovering-feature on bgp peers transmitting a full v4 (or even v6) table as this would simply take quite long :)

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I've done something similar but instead of counting the prefixes on routeros, I established a bgp session with a quagga instance and count the prefixes from there which is way faster.
 
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Mon Aug 08, 2016 7:19 pm

Hi pe1chl,
I bet you, you don't want this hovering-feature on bgp peers transmitting a full v4 (or even v6) table as this would simply take quite long :)
This is for an isolated network using BGP and it has only slightly above 100 prefixes. And I also mentioned I would like to see the top-n
prefixes (sorted downward by size), maybe top-25 or so.
 
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Mon Aug 08, 2016 7:22 pm

I've done something similar but instead of counting the prefixes on routeros, I established a bgp session with a quagga instance and count the prefixes from there which is way faster.
But that means you need to establish a peer relation from your monitoring system to all the routers, right?
And then you use some config trick so there will be no routes via that system?
Is it possible, using a peer connection, to query all links of the remote router?
(It would need to collect a table of all prefix counts and actual prefixes of all links on all routers of the system)
 
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Mon Aug 08, 2016 7:35 pm

Sounds in the end you'd monitor your routereflectors :-)
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Mon Aug 08, 2016 9:20 pm

I've done something similar but instead of counting the prefixes on routeros, I established a bgp session with a quagga instance and count the prefixes from there which is way faster.
But that means you need to establish a peer relation from your monitoring system to all the routers, right?
And then you use some config trick so there will be no routes via that system?
Is it possible, using a peer connection, to query all links of the remote router?
(It would need to collect a table of all prefix counts and actual prefixes of all links on all routers of the system)
Since your network only has ~100 prefixes then the quagga approach is a bit overkill.
Prior to quagga I used SSH to fetch all received (active and inactive) for each link.

Maybe this project might help you better to extract BGP stats from your network.

https://github.com/Cha0sgr/BGP-Looking-Glass-NG
This is a BGP looking glass that can connect to MikroTik via SSH and fetch all BGP routes and present them in quagga/cisco format (sh ip bgp).

https://github.com/Cha0sgr/Live-BGP-Statistics
Then using this system you can collect all BGP prefixes and AS Paths from all your routers (registered on the looking glass above) and show them in a friendly/searchable format.

From the github page:
Features:

-Show each detected AS' BGP Peers in an easy to read list
-Full BGP Prefixes List with filters by AS Number and Prefix
-BGP Prepends detection with filters by AS Number
-Full BGP Peers list with filters by AS Number
-BGP Event Log with all events (New/Updated/Deleted Peers/Prefixes/Prepends, plus other events) with filters by AS Number and Prefix
-Invalid Prefix Advertisments list with all the ASes that advertised unssigned or invalid prefixes to the network. This relies heavily on WiND's database to work
-Live BGP Map with all the ASes and their peers
The Live BGP Map requires the WiND Project to work.
https://github.com/wind-project/wind


An alternative to adding all your routers to the Looking glass above (by allowing ssh access to them from the looking glass server) would be to set up a Quagga instance and set up a BGP peer with all your routers.
All your routers will send all prefixes to quagga and quagga will not send anything to any router (so quagga will not route anything to anyone).
Then you add the quagga instance to the Looking glass and it will get all routes from all routers which Live BGP Statistics will then process.
One caveat is that quagga will only receive active prefixes from each router and not the alternative routes/paths each router might have to some destinations.
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Mon Aug 08, 2016 9:52 pm

What I currently use is SNMP to query the route tables from the routers. This shows me the currently
active routes. It is sufficient to look at a single router at a time. However, it would be neat to have a "map"
in Dude or a similar tool to have some kind of overview of the link situation and browse some detail.
It is a pity that Dude does not offer this as standard, it only shows bitrate but no insight in what traffic
that may be. As I use some communities and local-pref values to direct the traffic, it could be useful to
have this capability.
 
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Tue Aug 09, 2016 1:14 am

BGP4-MIB is whawhat is needed!

Oh and fixing the routing crash that happens when you SNMP poll a router
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well, snmp by the standard would of course be fine, but the current RC promises to have a snmp to script interface which should allow for some interesting private OIDs :)
 
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well, snmp by the standard would of course be fine, but the current RC promises to have a snmp to script interface which should allow for some interesting private OIDs :)
Ah has that been implemented? That was a feature I once requested...
Will certainly have a look into that! However, currently I am not able to check for new RC version, maybe it has been taken down due to discovering a serious error?
 
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Ah has that been implemented? That was a feature I once requested...
Will certainly have a look into that! However, currently I am not able to check for new RC version, maybe it has been taken down due to discovering a serious error?
releasenote for 6.37rc10 says: snmp - added script table which executes script and returns it's output on get request;

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Very interesting! But I wonder how to set that... I have 6.37rc11 on a test system and I don't see anything in WebFig under SNMP or Scripts.
It would be nice to poll the BGP Peer status via SNMP, and also for other purposes like receiving counts of routes, ARP entries, etc.
It is still not possible to check the uptodate status of release candidate... funny.
 
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Thanks all!
 
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releasenote for 6.37rc10 says: snmp - added script table which executes script and returns it's output on get request;
Unfortunately I still have not been able to locate that script table... where is it?
 
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releasenote for 6.37rc10 says: snmp - added script table which executes script and returns it's output on get request;
Unfortunately I still have not been able to locate that script table... where is it?
Me too, where is it?
 
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Tue Jul 03, 2018 2:43 am

I have implemented the code in Python 2.7.13 which fetch the BGP Counters via API.

SSL and plain API connections are supported. The code is available on Github or Bitbucket

The next BGP counters are being monitored:
* Remote AS
* Prefix Count
* Administrative status of the peer: enabled/disabled
* Peer connection uptime
* Peer connection state
* Comment :)
* Updates Sent
* Updates Received
* Withdrawn Sent
* Withdrawn Received

The next triggers are defined:
* (Info) BGP Remote AS Number had been changed
* (High) Peer is down
* (Warning) Peer lost 10% of its prefixes
* (Average) Peer lost 20% of its prefixes
* (High) Peer lost 30% of its prefixes
* (Warning) BGP Session was restarted
* (Disaster) No prefixes had been received

The next charts had been added:
* Accepted Prefixes
* Established Time
* BGP Updates per sec
* BGP Withdraws per sec

You are welcome to fork and pull requests.
 
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Re: MIkrotik BGP Monitoring

Thu Jul 12, 2018 5:27 pm

Have any solution For monitor Bgp session by cacti ???
 
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For those of you using https://prometheus.io for monitoring, there are two options:

* https://gitea.faelix.net/FAELIX/ros2prom (requires Python, pipenv)
* https://github.com/nshttpd/mikrotik-exporter (which does not calculate bits-per-second on ports, for example)
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Thx but i have Cacti and prtg and observium server
 
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I hope that bgp monitoring with snmp will be implemented soon.
four years later and BGP4 MIBs are still missing in ROS :-(
 
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Thread created at Wed May 22, 2013 7:14 am
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This would be really nice to have ;-)
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Any update on BGP4 SNMP MIBs?
 
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They are aware but they don't care :lol:
 
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They are aware but they don't care :lol:

According to their job listings page they are still looking for C/C++ and embedded systems devlopers in Latvia for over six months now! Frankly, to me it seems their development team is fully occupied with other stuff (ARM/NV2-mess, w60g, etc.) and they urgently need more manpower to be able to focus on the relevant stuff again (such as ROS core, the routing engine, BGP, OSPF and everything related).
 
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Yea, the job offer is in Latvian, no word of english. They also require applicants to speak Latvian.
They probably think all good programmers are fluent in Latvian...

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