Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Cisco IOS TCL - Reset Interface if DHCP Fails

I've got some devices where DHCP doesn't always work properly for a number of reasons, running shut/no shut on the Cisco router seems to fix it. To automate that I've knocked up a TCL script:

The script itself:


#script to check if an interface has an IP address and reset it if not.
#copy to flash via TFTP or write it using the technique described here:
# http://sabotage-networks.blogspot.co.uk/2013/02/applying-ciscos-new-licenses-without.html
#
#set as cron job to be run every 60 minutes with:
#
# kron policy-list checkInteface
# tclsh flash:/checkIP.tcl
# exit
#
# kron occurence checkInterface in 60 recurring
#


#set this to name of WAN interface
set interface "fa0/0"

set output [exec "show interface $interface | include Internet address"]
if {[regexp (DHCP) $output]} {
#no ip found, reset interface
puts "no ip address found, restarting interface $interface"
ios_config "interface $interface" "shutdown";
after 5000;
ios_config "interface $interface" "no shutdown";
}

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