I am building a few 3750 stacks with three or more units, I want to be able to poll/monitor each individual switch in the stack but as it only has 1 ip associated with the stack, how can I do this? I am blind to a switch going down in the middle of the stack. I saw this in a four-year-old forum, but I say no specific resolution.
All stack management happens through the commander. The stack looks like a huge switch. If you want to monitor a specific switch's interfaces you can. They will be numbered as *EthernetX/0/Y, where X is the stack member number and Y is the interface number. CPU utilization can only be monitored on the active stack master, though. Inventory can be obtained from each stack member using ENTITY-MIB. Environmental data can be obtained for each switch using the CISCO-ENVMON-MIB.
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