CiscoWorks is only minimally useful as a performance monitoring tool (in my opinion). Many folks supplement their tools with MRTG or other such tool that tabulates and graphs SNMP get results for OIDs. One can query at PVC or SVC level to derive ATM subinterface statistics.
I have used a commercial product (Lucent VitalNet) to do this successfuly on Cisco ATM interfaces. (Though a VitalNet installation is typically in the tens of thousands of dollars just for the software license.)
LMS provides little stats reporting besides the IPM piece. Cisco WAN Manager is one Cisco product that I'm aware of for managing ATM circuits. You probably would want to complement CWM with third-party integration tools to enhance stats reporting/archiving though, such as Concord eHealth/HP OVPI (OpenView Performance Insight)/Micromuse Netcool. Or you could roll it on your own with open-source tools like Cacti/RRDTool/MRTG/etc.
Depending on how big the network is your customer is running, might suggest another application called Statseeker which does fulll blanket monitoring of each device,interface and port on your Cisco network.ATM sub-if are included. Might be a bit pricy but well worth it and easy to set up.
www.statseeker.com for more info. I've been using it for the past 5 years on our network of around 200 Cisco devices monitoring around 2000 interfaces/ports every 30sec. Small compared to FedEx which is using it to collect data on the performance of more than 154,000 interfaces, across more than 3000 sites, from a single server.
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