[mrtg] Re: Cisco 3810

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Wed Aug 1 09:39:27 MEST 2001

Thank you Mr. Daniel for the useful info. I was having real difficulty in 
finding the following:

Any more info and or link that can explain or help us in monitoring voice on 
Cisco will be greatly appreciated. Especially that will pin point those damm 


From: "Daniel J McDonald" <dmcdonald at digicontech.com>
Subject: [mrtg] Re: Cisco 3810
Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2001 14:33:56 -0500

>Does anyone have a clue what I might be able to monitor on a 3810 with 2
FXO cards >an Ethernet Port and a Frame Relay WAN Port?

>I figured out the ETH port and the Frame ports but really want to know
about the
>FXO cards. Is there any way to monitor calls or throughput on these cards?

Calls, yes.  Throughput?  well, it's not really an interface, it's a net
consumer of traffic, but that's hard to measure due to the way it is

You can pull stats from the DIAL-CONTROL-MIB.  Note that this mib will only
give you information per dial-peer, not per port (so if you have multiple
dial-peers associated with a single port, they each have their own
individual counters.

You might want to measure:
dialCtlPeerStatsConnectTime - seconds off hook
dialCtlPeerStatsSucessCalls - calls received
dialCtlPeerStatsAcceptCalls - calls made

These are a little kludgy when it comes to instance numbers.  Let's say you
have your POTS dial-peers listed as something like:

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