[rrd-users] Re: data fetching from a Cisco 7206VXR with 802.1q interfaces?
Francisco Rivas C
francisco.rivas at ifxnw.cl
Mon Nov 18 19:36:27 MET 2002
The data is arriving just like a regular interface (well, that's what
The only difference with real interfaces, is that the OID for inErrors
and outErrors are not implemented.
The weird thing is that the Outgoing traffic seems to be accurate, but
the Incoming traffic is absolutely wrong.
This are an example of one interface that i'm using, and the values:
ifDescr.6 = "FastEthernet0/0.2-802.1Q vLAN subif"
ifType.6 = 135
ifInOctets.6 = Counter32: 3929009621
ifOutOctets.6 = Counter32: 4239587769
On Mon, 2002-11-18 at 15:22, Rafael Gustavo Gassner wrote:
> Some basic questions:
> Data is given to you as bits, bytes (Could you erroneously multipling
> by 8? Couldnt the OID be counting frames?)
> > Hi,
> > has anyone tried to get data from the 802.1q interfaces in a Cisco
> > router??
> > The latest IOS reports the sub-interfaces, and it can be monitored
> > through SNMP. But, the reported values are too high.. 10MB on a 512k
> > interface?? anyone has seen this behavior before??
> > I'm using the latest RRD, and I've tried with MRTG too, but the
> > results
> > are the same...
> > Francisco R.
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