RMON monitor Trunk Utilization on Cisco IOS Gateway
I have a Cisco 2951 router acting as a gateway (H323) to call manager business edition. The 2951 routers has 3 PRI trunks that terminate into it and handle inbound and outbound calls. I would like to monitor the Call legs and set a threshold to send an snmp trap but i'm not sure what MIB object to use that would do this for me? So if i run a show call active voice, I can see the number of "Telephony call-legs" currently in session. Meaning I can see the number of active calls. I would just like to monitor that number and have an alert if I get close to around 50 active call-legs. But first I need the MIB that would allow this.
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