Have you ever tried configuring frame relay traps ?
That is the better way you'll notice when a dlci goes down
> Sent: Tuesday, April 21, 1998 6:39 AM
> Subject: Any Spectrum users??
> I am using/wanting to use spectrum enterprise element manager to
> monitor my
> FrameRelay connections via my Cisco 4700 router. All I want the damn
> prodcut to do is to alarm when a DLCI changes or is deleted.
> That should be simple right... WRONG. I have a T-1 that is broken out
> about 9 sub-interfaces. It seems that spectrum can't resolve deeper
> than 1
> sub-interface. I am running Cisco IOS 11.2(7). My other frame
> that have only 1 sub-interface seem to be working correctly. DLCI/PVC
> drops, red alarm.
> Let me state that I am not using spectrum to resolve the routers on
> other end of the T1. I was "sold" spectrum as a frame relay monitoring
> tool. I don't know too many companies that are going to let me "stick"
> SNMP server on their router just because Spectrum can't monitor a DLCI
> because there isn't a SMNP server running on their end. I should be
> able to
> monitor the frame connection only on my end via the cisco MIB without
> server running on every router that has a frame connection to me. I
> "manage" all those routers, just some of them.
> Let me state that I know that spectrum can see the DLCI's go red when
> a PVC
> changes, It just doesn't sound it off on my T1 line. I have seen a
> DLCI on
> my T1 line go red when one of the routers on the other end was
> rebooted and
> the DLCI/PVC was "deleted"... but no damn alarm.
> I have been on the phone to spectrum support, had a frame relay engr
> site, installed MS3... still no go.
> It can't be this hard, I can't be the only person wanting to poll the
> MIB for Frame Relay connectivity and sound an alarm when a DLCI goes