Setting Baselines for Remote Access

You can set baseline statistics using the baseline commands. The router implements the baseline by reading and storing the statistics at the time the baseline is set and then subtracting this baseline when you retrieve baseline-relative statistics.

Issue the delta keyword with the show aaa statistics command to show baselined statistics.

  1. Setting a Baseline for AAA Statistics
  2. Setting a Baseline for AAA Route Downloads
  3. Setting a Baseline for COPS Statistics
  4. Setting a Baseline for Local Address Pool Statistics
  5. Setting a Baseline for RADIUS Statistics
  6. Setting the Baseline for SRC Statistics

Setting a Baseline for AAA Statistics

Purpose

Set a baseline for all AAA statistics.

Action

Issue the baseline aaa command:

host1#baseline aaa

There is no no version.

Setting a Baseline for AAA Route Downloads

Purpose

Set a baseline for route downloads.

Action

There is no no version.

Setting a Baseline for COPS Statistics

Purpose

Set a baseline for COPS statistics.

Action

Issue the show cops statistics command:

host1#show cops statistics

There is no no version.

Setting a Baseline for Local Address Pool Statistics

Purpose

Set a baseline for local address pool statistics.

Action

Issue the show local pool statistics command:

host1#show local pool statistics

There is no no version.

Setting a Baseline for RADIUS Statistics

Purpose

Set a baseline for RADIUS statistics.

Action

Issue the show radius statistics command:

host1#show radius statistics

There is no no version.

Setting the Baseline for SRC Statistics

Purpose

Set a baseline for SRC statistics.

Action

Issue the show sscc statistics command:

host#1show sscc statistics

There is no no version.

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