[mrtg] Re: OID (object identifier) for protocols for cisco router s

McDonald, Dan Dan.McDonald at austinenergy.com
Fri Nov 1 21:53:41 MET 2002

>Can anyone tell me whether OID(object identifier) exist for 
>Protocols like HTTP, SMTP, FTP, etc in Cisco routers and 

Not natively...  But if the number of protocols you want to monitor is
limited, you can use CAR
to monitor them.

CAR allows you to write rules that can police or shape traffic.  If you
police the traffic at larger than line speed, and then monitor the CAR mib
for bytes forwarded below threshhold, you will end up with an effective
monitoring solution.

If you want to look at all of the protocols, you should run flow-tools

>I have gone thorugh Cisco website, but could not get proper info. 
>Please give me the any html reference for this info.

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