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cherdhuin
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OID for Vsys statistics

Hi, I'm trying to use Cacti to monitor several ISG 1000/2000 under release 6.0, and I've come across an issue with VSYS.


I load the MIB 6.0 in a MIB browser but,
I can't find any OID to make grafic about VSYS.

I'm looking for the CPU uses, Memory uses , sessions numbers OID by VSYS.

Is there any OID to monitor the VSYS's CPU, Memory, sessions from SNMP v2c query ?

If not is there any way to monitor this?
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cherdhuin
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Re: OID for Vsys statistics

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Jtac reponse :

 

You wanted to know if there were any OIDs which you could use to monitor CPU, memory, and sessions for a specific vsys. Unfortunately there aren't. All the CPU, Memory, and sessions are maintained at the root level. You can monitor those three items using the NS-Resource-mib. The only vsys-related mib we have reports the virtual system name. There isn't anyway to monitor how much CPU one particular vsys is consuming.

 

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Message Edited by cherdhuin on 09-10-2009 07:39 AM
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b-hoffman
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Re: OID for Vsys statistics

Have there been any enhancements added to the MIB for V6.1.0r5 to be able to monitor Vsys interace statistics?  We would like to know how much bandwidth is being consumed by each vsys.  If not, how does one go about determining how much each vsys is using?

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