[mrtg] Re: AS5800

kikino su sardu kikino at box1.tin.it
Wed Jul 7 11:28:15 MEST 1999

Thanks  a lot,
I'm trying to test it....


-----Original Message-----
From: Knut A. Syed <Knut.Syed at nhh.no>
To: kikino su sardu <kikino at box1.tin.it>
Cc: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Date: 07 July, 1999 11:18
Subject: Re: [mrtg] AS5800

>"kikino su sardu" <kikino at box1.tin.it> writes:
>> I have a little problem; I need to count how many user are connected
>> int my Cisco as5800.  If possible I like to know how many user are
>> connected in ISDN an how many user are in PSTN.
>Assuming AS5800 supports a superset of the AS5200 and AS5300's MIB:
>To create
><URL:http://www.nhh.no/it/mrtg/dialup-gw.nhh.no/dialup-gw.nhh.no.html> and
>I use the following config:
>WorkDir: /path/to/your/WorkDir
>IconDir: /path/to/your/IconDir
>MaxBytes[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: 30
>Title[^]: Cisco AS5200 dialup-gw.foo.bar
>PageTop[^]: <!--#include virtual="/it/include/body-start.html" -->\n
> <LINK REL="stylesheet" TYPE="text/css" HREF="/it/css/it.css" TITLE="IT">\n
> <H1>Access Server dialup-gw.foo.bar</H1>\n
>PageTop[$]: <P>MRTG adapted for NHH by Knut A. Syéd
(Knut.Syed at nhh.no)</P>\n
>Options[^]: gauge, growright, nopercent
>Timezone[^]: UTC
>Weekformat[^]: V
>WithPeak[^]: ymwd
>Colours[^]: GREEN#00ff00,BLUE#0000ff,DARK GREEN#008000,VIOLET#ff00ff
>YLegend[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: lines/modems
>ShortLegend[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: in use
>Legend1[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: Lines in use
>Legend2[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: Modems in use
>Legend3[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: Maximal 5 Minute lines in use
>Legend4[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: Maximal 5 Minute modems in use
>LegendI[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: &nbsp; lines:
>LegendO[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: &nbsp; modems:
># "ciscoExperiment provides a root object identifier from which
># experimental mibs may be temporarily based.  mibs are typicially based
># here if they fall in one of two categories
># 1) are IETF work-in-process mibs which have not been assigned a
># permanent object identifier by the IANA.
># 2) are cisco work-in-process which has not been assigned a permanent
># object identifier by the cisco assigned number authority, typicially
># because the mib is not ready for deployment.
># NOTE WELL: support for mibs in the ciscoExperiment subtree will be
># deleted when a permanent object identifier assignment is made."
># enterprises:
># cisco:                   .9
># ciscoExperiment:           .10
># CiscoPopMgmtMIB:              .19
># CiscoPopMgmtMIBObjects:          .1
># cpmDS0Usage:                       .1
># cpmISDNCfgBChanInUseForAnalog:       .2
># cpmISDNCfgBChannelsInUse             .3
># er cpmISDNCfgBChanInUseForAnalog
># er cpmISDNCfgBChannelsInUse
>Target[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: at dialup-gw.foo
>PageTop[dialup-gw.foo.bar]: <H2>Line-usage</H2>\n
> <P>ISDN-lines: 30\n
> <BR>Analog modems: 12</P>\n
>MaxBytes[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: 100
>YLegend[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: CPU Utilization
>ShortLegend[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: %
>Legend1[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: &nbsp;BP
>Legend2[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: &nbsp;B5
>Legend3[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: &nbsp;Maximal 5 Minute BP
>Legend4[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: &nbsp;Maximal 5 Minute B5
>LegendI[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: &nbsp;BP:
>LegendO[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: &nbsp;B5:
>Title[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: CPU
>PageTop[dialup-gw.foo.bar.cpu]: <H2>CPU</H2>\n
>  <DL>
>    <DT><STRONG>BusyPer (BP):</STRONG></DT>
>    <DD>CPU busy percentage in the last 5 second period. Not
>    the last 5 realtime seconds but the last 5 second period in the
>    scheduler.</DD>
>    <DT><STRONG>avgBusy5 (B5):</STRONG></DT>
>    <DD>5 minute exponentially-decayed moving average of
>    the CPU busy percentage.</DD>\n\n
>  </DL>\n\n
:community at dialup-gw.foo.bar
>Just remember to replace dialup-gw.foo.bar, WorkDir, IconDir and
>community with your local names.
>Please note that the mibs in the ciscoExperiment-tree are not available
>in all Feature Sets of Cisco IOS.

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