i have just recently deployed qos on some of our rotuers and wanted to monitor them in solarwinds (which we use for network monitoring). So the problem i have run into is that when i poll the mib provided by cisco (cbqos) i get a graph with object.id's instead of names and interfaces. Does anyone know of a way to map these object.id's to actual names (which by the way are found in the same MIB) into solar winds. I know we can use NTA module for his purpose, but we really want to stay way from netflow at the present moment.
Most likely you have to configure SolarWinds to identify the MIBS by their object name instead of the OID. Usually this involves this involves loading the MIB's directly to your NMS application. You might want to contact SolarWinds to ask them how to load the MIB to identify the OID's by their object name.
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