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From Will Stevens <>
Subject Re: External Network Usage
Date Fri, 10 May 2013 15:38:41 GMT
Hi Kishan,
Thanks for the reply.  Yes, that is the only reference I have found as
well.  Since I have never worked with a Juniper device, there are things in
that implementation which are a little difficult to follow.

The usage input and output are actually tracked in different zones in that
implementation, so it does not look like it is just the public IP.  It may
be a biproduct of using source nat per zone, but that is not totally clear
to me.  Also, in that implementation there appears to be tracking of usage
on the private VLAN tags as well.

So this functionality is meant to provide the bytes sent/received over the
public network?  Is that it or is there more to this than just that?



On Fri, May 10, 2013 at 11:23 AM, Kishan Kavala <>wrote:

> Will,
> I don't think there is any documentation. You can check JuniperSRX for
> reference.
> Usage answer should contain bytes sent/received for each Public IP.
> On 08-May-2013, at 9:26 PM, "Will Stevens" <<mailto:
>>> wrote:
> Hey All,
> In my Palo Alto Firewall integration, I have not yet implemented usage
> tracking.
> I am getting messages in the console as follows:
> (ExternalNetworkMonitor-1:) Didn't get an external network usage answer for
> guest VLAN 3037
> I believe this is implemented through the
> 'ExternalNetworkResourceUsageCommand'.  I have a basic stub in place for
> this, but I am just returning a new 'ExternalNetworkResourceUsageAnswer'.
> I have not been able to find any documentation on now the
> ExternalNetworkMonitor works.  Is there any docs on how to integrate with
> this somewhere?  If not, is it possible for someone can give me a basic
> idea of how this is expected to function? What type of data should I be
> adding to this?
> Thanks,
> Will

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