[mrtg] Re: using MRTG with a Cisco Pix 520 firewall
raromero at hotmail.com
Wed Oct 24 22:04:07 MEST 2001
The PIX Firewall work with specific MIBs for the each version...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kerry Cox" <kerry.cox at ksl.com>
To: "Larry Prikockis" <Larry_Prikockis at ABI.org>
Cc: "MRTG Mailing List" <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Sent: Wednesday, October 24, 2001 1:40 PM
Subject: [mrtg] Re: using MRTG with a Cisco Pix 520 firewall
> Larry Prikockis wrote:
> > greetings... This may be a silly question, but I've scoured the
> > documentation and whatnot and am still not quite sure of the answer...
> > We are using a Cisco Pix firewall, and I'd like to be able to not only
> > traffic throughput (I've sucessfully used MRTG to do that), but get a
> > breakdown by subnet (e.g., total bandwidth for 172.16.5.* vs. total
> > bandwidth for 172.16.6.*).
> > Is there someone out there who's set up this type of monitoring using
> > with a Pix? Do I need some additional software to parse out the
> > I want? Am I totally on the wrong track? Basically, I'd like to find a
> > quick & dirty way to get some basic numbers on bandwidth utilization
> > buying an expensive software package (e.g. WebTrends).
> > any clues would be appreciated...
> > thanks-
> > +
> > Larry J. Prikockis
> > Internet Systems Specialist, ABI
> > (effective in November, ABI will be known as NatureServe)
> > ph:703-908-1833 / fax:703-908-1917 / Email:larry_prikockis at abi.org
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> > +
> > All parts should go together without forcing. You must remember that
> > parts you are reassembling were disassembled by you. Therefore, if you
> > can't get them together again, there must be a reason. By all means, do
> > use a hammer.
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> I'm using MRTG (the latest version) to track just the interfaces on a
> PIX 525 with no problem. You just need to specifiy the snmp-server host
> name or IP address and make certain all the interfaces are live.
> I have not tried to break it down by subnets since I have a Cisco 5500
> into which all the subnets converge and it is there I trace out the
> If you have need of further details, you can contact me directly.
> Hope that helps.
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