I have been trying to find the right parameter via CLI or SNMP to monitor the number of SSL sessions/sec. We are using CSS 11503 with a SSL module supporting in theory 800 to 1000 SSL sessions/sec and I'd like to know what the current load is. I am graphing already the flows/sec but this too generic.
there might not be an exact counter for connection per seconds, but what most people do [with CSS or other devices] is capture the total number of connections every X seconds, make the difference and divide by X to get the average connection per seconds.
You could use one or combination of the following counters
CSS11503-2(debug)# sho ssl statistics | grep conn
0 Handshake started for incoming SSL connections
0 Handshake completed for incoming SSL connections
0 Handshake started for outgoing SSL connections
0 Handshake completed for outgoing SSL connections
I am looking for the MIB entries for the counters you mentioned but had no luck so far. I parsed the CSS MIBs but basically didn't find anything that would give me values I see when doing a show ssl statistics.
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