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IPSLA oid questions

I'm trying to pull some stats from ipsla using custom snmp gets but there is a number at the end of the oid that changes and has no particular meaning to me or our monitoring group.  Could anyone explain what this number is and how I can go about querying this oid consistently?

dwilliams@someserver:~> snmpwalk -v2c -c snaggoods 216.81.140.177 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.42.1.3.5.1.11.1
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.9.9.42.1.3.5.1.11.1.78453514 = Gauge32: 14

I'm trying to get values from rttMonJitterStatsMaxOfPositivesSD in this example.

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Re: IPSLA oid questions

The rttMonJitterStatsTable is indexed by the IP SLA collector ID then the rttMonJitterStatsStartTimeIndex which is the value of sysUpTime at the time the row in the table was collected.

If all you are interested in is the latest jitter collection results, consider using rttMonLatestJitterOperMaxOfPositivesSD instead.  The rttMonLatestJitterOperTable is indexed only by the collector ID (1 in your case).

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Re: IPSLA oid questions

The rttMonJitterStatsTable is indexed by the IP SLA collector ID then the rttMonJitterStatsStartTimeIndex which is the value of sysUpTime at the time the row in the table was collected.

If all you are interested in is the latest jitter collection results, consider using rttMonLatestJitterOperMaxOfPositivesSD instead.  The rttMonLatestJitterOperTable is indexed only by the collector ID (1 in your case).

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Re: IPSLA oid questions

perfect!  That is exactly what I was looking for.  Thank you very much!

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