Router Monitoring
Juniper Routers

Juniper Router Monitoring Made Easy

With the wealth of features and capabilities in routers nowadays, configuring comprehensive monitoring is not a trivial – or quick – task. Unless you’re using LogicMonitor.  If you are, configuring comprehensive monitoring for Juniper routers consists of entering the hostname.  That’s it.

LogicMonitor will then automatically detect and monitor:

  • all active interfaces
  • all BGP sessions
  • all component CPUs and Memory Pools
  • all component temperature sensors
  • redundancy states and keepalives
  • and more

all with no effort on your part, and all kept up to date automatically.

Just a few of the critical Juniper router metrics we monitor:


Juniper Interface Traffic MonitoringJuniper Interface Traffic

A fundamental thing for every monitoring system, yet LogicMonitor even does this better. Automatically tracking bps, packets per second, and discards, errors and queuing, and allowing the trending of data from the last few minutes to a year ago – and automatically constructing top 10 graphs, so you can see at a glance your busiest interfaces.



Juniper Router temperature sensor monitoring

Juniper Router temperature sensors

Your routers need good airflow to prolong their life and perform well. Today’s routers can easily have over 40 individual sensors – all of which should be monitored. Tedious to set up – unless you use LogicMonitor.





Juniper Hardware Monitoring

Juniper Hardware Monitoring

LogicMonitor will automatically detect, monitor and alert on the state of any components in – or added to – your Juniper router. It will alert you to failures, or switchovers between redundant components – without you having to set up anything.





Juniper Router CPU and Memory Monitoring

Juniper CPU and Memory Monitoring

LogicMonitor will automatically detect, monitor and alert on the CPU and memory loads for each card, keeping track as you add and remove line cards. So you don’t have to.






Digital Optical Monitoring (DOM Monitoring)

Detect interfaces that support digital optical monitoring, and warns of high and low laser power states, module temperatures, or laser bias issues.