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Facing trouble to install Juniper´s OpenNTI stack

  • 1.  Facing trouble to install Juniper´s OpenNTI stack

    Posted 05-26-2023 05:48

    Dear colleagues:
    I would like to know if someone in this community has successfully installed and used Juniper´s Open Network Telemetry Collector as published in https://github.com/Juniper/open-nti GitHub - Juniper/open-nti: Open Network Telemetry Collector build with open source tools

    In my case I failed to install the package as shown in the Installation Guide. Basically, the execution of the "make start" command exits with error messages, even though I have all the prerequisites (Linux VM, docker and docker-compose already up and running).

    The "issues" section in the Github folder of this project has notes from more people who failed to install it, but I was not able to find helpful answers to work the problem around.

    Your help/hints will be greatly appreciated.
    Thanks!

    Rogelio Alvez

    PS: this is the output of the error messages upon my attempt to install:

    root@gloki:/project/JJESS/open-nti# make start
    Use docker compose file: docker-compose.yml
    IMAGE_TAG=latest docker-compose -f docker-compose.yml up -d
    (root) Additional property input-jti is not allowed
    Makefile:82: recipe for target 'start' failed
    make: *** [start] Error 15
    root@gloki:/project/JJESS/open-nti#

    PS (2): I also tried to install, with the same error messages, from GitHub - jjess/open-nti: Open Network Telemetry Collector build with open source tools

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    GitHub - jjess/open-nti: Open Network Telemetry Collector build with open source tools
    OpenNTI is a container packaged with all tools needed to collect and visualize time series data from network devices. Data can be collected from different sources: Data Collection Agent : Collect data on devices using CLI/Shell or Netconf Data Streaming Collector : Take all data streamed by Juniper devices as Input (JTI, Analyticsd, soon Openconfig with gRPC) Statsd interface : Accept any Statsd packets It's pre-configured with all tools and with a default dashboard ..
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