[mrtg] Re: measuring protocol distributions

Daniel J McDonald dmcdonald at digicontech.com
Fri Apr 6 14:05:20 MEST 2001

> > "What product can give me ad-hoc
> > reports (graphs, html's) as to how many bytes (and packets)
> of data / per
> > protocol passes throught any given interface?".

Ad hoc?  Try Flowscan.  Or go the commercial route, get a netscount probe to
do Netflow to RMON proxy, export netflow records to the netscount, and
monitor the netscount with TrafficDirector.

> >
> Does anybody know if there is an OID to get stats on a Cisco
> access-list
> (assuming this is on a Cisco)?
> If there is such a thing, you could create different extended
> access-lists
> for the different protocols and apply them all to the interface.

Well, you can't do that as access-lists, but you can do that as QOS lists
and monitor the results using the CISCO-CAR-MIB-V1SMI.my file.
See the rate-limit interface configuration command and the mib file for

Daniel J McDonald - CCIE 2495, CNX
Principal Network Specialist
Digicon Technologies
dmcdonald at digicontech.com

Digicon - A Cisco Systems Partner, Silver Certified.

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