[mrtg] Re: Cisco switch backplane traffic

Michael Bailey michael at 67mustang.co.uk
Mon Nov 25 15:50:32 MET 2002

Not sure.

Cisco's site said there wasn't a b/p MIB for these as no poitn monitoring these....

Which MIB is that from?



a.. To: "Michael Bailey" <michael at 67mustang.co.uk>,<mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch> 
a.. Subject: RE: [mrtg] Re: Cisco switch backplane traffic 
a.. From: "Anthony Valuikas" <tvaluikas at cox.net> 
a.. Date: Mon, 25 Nov 2002 07:54:33 -0600 

So how would this compare to Backplane Traffic?



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Subject: [mrtg] Re: Cisco switch backplane traffic

Depends on model of switch.....

There is no backplane MIB / OID for the low-end 2900/3500 switches.

For 4006's (and larger IOS based switches) I use:


For 5500's / 6500's (and other CatOS based switches) I use:


This is from CISCO-STACK-MIB



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