[mrtg] Re: CS100

Ranieri Romera rromera at terra.com.br
Mon Dec 16 20:25:59 MET 2002


You can use the command lookup to discover the oid.

See the example:
ArrowPoint-A# conf
ArrowPoint-A(config)# rmon-alarm 1
ArrowPoint-A(config-rmonalarm[1])# lookup 
  ASN Name:          apChassisMgrExtSubModuleCPUInstantaneous
  MIB:               chassismgrext
  Object Identifer:
  Argument Type:     Integer
  Range:             0-100
   This object specifies the instantaneous CPU utilization


If you don't know the name of the parameter for lookup, this is not a
problem hit a space after the lookup and press <tab> when you make it
a list of all possibilities appears and you can use "/" and one string
to find any. Example "/CPU" or "/Memory".
This is very helpful ;-)



At 12:46 13/12/2002 -0500, Lemaire, David W. wrote:

>Does any one use MRTG for a CS100 for something other than bandwidth ?
>I can't find OID info for things like CPU & load.
>Dave Lemaire
>603-924-9571 x5102
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