Monitoring

Azure-data-explorer

Telegraf output plugin azure-data-explorer

set service monitoring telegraf azure-data-explorer authentication client-id <client-id>

Authentication application client-id.

set service monitoring telegraf azure-data-explorer authentication client-secret <client-secret>

Authentication application client-secret.

set service monitoring telegraf azure-data-explorer authentication tenant-id <tenant-id>

Authentication application tenant-id

set service monitoring telegraf azure-data-explorer database <name>

Remote databe name.

set service monitoring telegraf azure-data-explorer group-metrics <single-table | table-per-metric>

Type of metrics grouping when push to Azure Data Explorer. The default is table-per-metric.

set service monitoring telegraf azure-data-explorer table <name>

Name of the single table Only if set group-metrics single-table.

set service monitoring telegraf azure-data-explorer url <url>

Remote URL.

Prometheus-client

Telegraf output plugin prometheus-client

set service monitoring telegraf prometheus-client

Output plugin Prometheus client

set service monitoring telegraf prometheus-client allow-from <prefix>

Networks allowed to query this server

set service monitoring telegraf prometheus-client authentication username <username>

HTTP basic authentication username

set service monitoring telegraf prometheus-client authentication password <password>

HTTP basic authentication username

set service monitoring telegraf prometheus-client listen-address <address>

Local IP addresses to listen on

set service monitoring telegraf prometheus-client metric-version <1 | 2>

Metris version, the default is 2

set service monitoring telegraf prometheus-client port <port>

Port number used by connection, default is 9273

Example:

set service monitoring telegraf prometheus-client
vyos@r14:~$ curl --silent localhost:9273/metrics | egrep -v "#" |  grep cpu_usage_system
cpu_usage_system{cpu="cpu-total",host="r14"} 0.20040080160320556
cpu_usage_system{cpu="cpu0",host="r14"} 0.17182130584191915
cpu_usage_system{cpu="cpu1",host="r14"} 0.22896393817971655

Splunk

Telegraf output plugin splunk. HTTP Event Collector.

set service monitoring telegraf splunk authentication insecure

Use TLS but skip host validation

set service monitoring telegraf splunk authentication token <token>

Authorization token

set service monitoring telegraf splunk authentication url <url>

Remote URL to Splunk collector

Example:

set service monitoring telegraf splunk authentication insecure
set service monitoring telegraf splunk authentication token 'xxxxf5b8-xxxx-452a-xxxx-43828911xxxx'
set service monitoring telegraf splunk url 'https://192.0.2.10:8088/services/collector'

Telegraf

Monitoring functionality with telegraf and InfluxDB 2 is provided. Telegraf is the open source server agent to help you collect metrics, events and logs from your routers.

set service monitoring telegraf authentication organization <organization>

Authentication organization name

set service monitoring telegraf authentication token <token>

Authentication token

set service monitoring telegraf bucket <bucket>

Remote InfluxDB bucket name

set service monitoring port <port>

Remote port

set service monitoring telegraf url <url>

Remote URL

Example

An example of a configuration that sends telegraf metrics to remote InfluxDB 2

set service monitoring telegraf authentication organization 'vyos'
set service monitoring telegraf authentication token 'ZAml9Uy5wrhA...=='
set service monitoring telegraf bucket 'bucket_vyos'
set service monitoring telegraf port '8086'
set service monitoring telegraf source 'all'
set service monitoring telegraf url 'http://r1.influxdb2.local'