[mrtg] Re: Cisco 2610 Frame Relay

Rich Adamson radamson at routers.com
Mon Sep 23 15:41:51 MEST 2002

> Following on from last week - thanks to all who offered advice.  Our Cisco
> 2610 is now producing very nice graphs, and providing some very interesting
> data that I'd like to analyse further:  On the inside there is a single LAN
> connection: ethernet 0/0 , but the outside is split into 3 Frame relay
> channels - Sync/Async 0/0.1 - 0/0.3.  I really need to monitor each one
> individually to find out who's hogging the bandwidth.   Can anyone offer any
> advice as to how to do this?


You should be able to use these oid's:   FECNs received   BECNs received   Octets sent   Octets received
   where x is the snmp id for the physical interface s0
     and y is the dlci number of the pvc to be monitored

If you are not sure what your dlci numbers are (and do not have access
to the "show config"), then snmp walk
   where x is the snmp id for the physical interface s0

The FECN and BECN counts will indicate "congestion" for each of the
frame relay pvc's, while the Octets sent and received will indicate
the traffic volumes in bytes sent and received.


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