PNNIx Route Address Type
The type (e.g. internal or exterior) of reachability from the advertising node to the address prefix. Reject(2) refers to an address prefix which, if matched, indicates that the message should be discarded as unreachable. This is used in some protocols as a means of correctly aggregating routes.
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IPHost Network monitor uses SNMP for monitoring health and availability of devices and applications in your network.
You can send a SNMP Set to any remote device to monitor a specific SNMP object (CPU, Memory, Disk, Server Temperature,
RAID failures, IO statistics, connection counts, error and much more).