[mrtg] How to monitor various Router Info

Niall O'Reilly Niall.oReilly at ucd.ie
Sat Apr 19 17:43:35 CEST 2008

On 18 Apr 2008, at 02:06, Kevin Pham wrote:
> I dont seem to know any OID for the ASA5505.

	Here are some things I find useful.

snmpbulkwalk options equipment-name-or-address .

	You'll need at least option -v for the SNMP version ('-v2c' works
	for most of my equipment), and -c for the community string (eg

	The dot at the end specifies the SMI root, and causes all MIB
	data to be returned, rather than the default set, which omits
	some of what you probably wish to discover.

	The results, matched against what you fnd from browsing Cisco's
	Object Navigator, should help you identify the OID's and MIB's
	you need.

	Happy hunting!


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