Correct me of Im wrong, but whenever one enables a certain technology or protocol on a Cisco device, the option exists to monitor the behavior through SNMP.
The example I am concerned with in particular is MQC QoS.
I have read in many documents that Cisco has an SNMP MIB for MQC QoS, but how does one go about enabling that MIB so that an NMS station can leverage it to monitor....
I would think that one would have to enable the traps under the "snmp-server" set of congiurations, but no matter what version of code I use to check, there is never an option for enabling MQC QoS traps, even though the technology is configurable on the device.
Now, for the QoS functionality, it is mostly kept inside the CISCO-CLASS-BASED-QOS-MIB (.220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.166).
Once your device is enabled for SNMP access, you should be able to query the MIB above for some QoS information.
The amount of data in this mib is quite large, so it basically depends on what information you want to get.
cbQosServicePolicyTable gets you: the interfaces/media types and the policymap that are attached to it. cbQosATMPVCPolicyTable gets you: the policies that are attached to a ATM PVC. cbQosPolicyMapCfgTable gets you: the Policymap configuration information.
cbQosCMStatsTable gets you: ClassMap related Statistical information. cbQosQueueingStatsTable gets you: Queueing Action related Statistical information.
So as you can see, there is a big amount of info you can get off your device for QoS.
Perhaps a CLI command used would help narrow down the objects needed.
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