[mrtg] Re: HTTP OIDs on Cisco

Patrick Bartkus patrckb at hotmail.com
Fri Apr 27 20:31:23 MEST 2001


Thank you for the quickie lesson in Cisco Committed Access Rate (CAR).

Your explanation cleared up a lot of haze in my understanding.

I also went out to CCO and found this document on CAR 
- But they didn't cover how the MIB variables worked. Your instruction 
helped me tie that piece in.

Patrick Bartkus, CCNP Certified	Sr. Network Support Analyst
Fleet Mortgage (soon to be Wash. Mutual)    Columbia, SC
If truth was not absolute, how could there be justice?

>Nabil wrote:
> >I want to monitor all http traffic on our routers, do you guys know the
> >OIDs?  We have mix Cisco routers (25xx, 36XX and 7XXX).
>I Replied:
> >If you are running fairly recent code, you can use CAR to tag all of this
> >traffic and monitor it.
>Patrick followed up:
> >As I understand Nabil's original question, he is looking to monitor all 
> >http through a router and graph it. Would a CAR work in this instance?
> >a CAR set to limit traffic? I don't think he wants to limit the traffic,
> >just measure it.

[big, informative, explanation of how Committed Access Rate works - deleted 
so I don't get busted by the over-quoteing police]

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