I'm trying to configure MRTG on a system and I've got the 3550 swithc that I'm trying to configure. I would like to know how to get this information from the switch itself: The IP address or hostname and the SNMP port number of the device Iwant to monitor.
If you want to monitor something other than bytes in and out, you must also know the SNMPOID of what you want to monitor.
Finally you need to know the read-only SNMP community string for your device.
Check out this site for MRTG info. It has the various OID's you are probably looking for. I'm posting the general link as opposed to the Cisco specific one in case you want to use MRTG with other vendors' equipment. The Cisco repository does not have the latest info on the 1800, 2800, and 3800 series routers or the 2960 and 3560 switches, but you should be able to use the previous models to get the OID string and have the same result.
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