does anybody know if an ios router can send traps if interface level rate-limit thresholds (like "rate-limit input access-group 110 3000000 10000 10000 conform-action transmit exceed-action drop") are exceeded?
Am I right that the normal snmp agent does not include support for the rate-limit feature (like the normal "snmp-server enable traps <feature>" commands)?
Further on, does anybody know where I can find the OIDs or variable names for the below shown conformed and exceeded packet and byte counter so that we can monitor them with our nms?
router#sh int gi0/1 rate-limit
matches: access-group 110
params: 3000000 bps, 10000 limit, 10000 extended limit
conformed 5965M packets, 394170M bytes; action: transmit
exceeded 48678137 packets, 3191M bytes; action: drop
last packet: 4ms ago, current burst: 60 bytes
last cleared 1y24w ago, conformed 68000 bps, exceeded 0 bps
matches: access-group 111
params: 200000 bps, 4470 limit, 4470 extended limit
conformed 2600780 packets, 304394096 bytes; action: transmit
exceeded 1545 packets, 206378 bytes; action: drop
last packet: 512417216ms ago, current burst: 0 bytes
last cleared 1y24w ago, conformed 0 bps, exceeded 0 bps
Many thanks in advance,