I have about 20 switches in my enviornment. for some reason, I can't get interface utilization on Cisco netManager. At one time, I had this running, but someone it doesn't seem to be. Maybe there is something wrong with my config. So, I will use the most important switch, a 3750 as the example.
This is runnning version 12.2 (55) SE4 of the IOS.
This is a common configuration for the switchport:
description UPLINK PORT
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport mode trunk
mls qos trust dscp
This is the snmp portion of the config:
snmp-server community bpsnmp RO
snmp-server location springfeild MDF 3750
snmp-server host 192.168.110.34 bpsnmp
This snmp server is Cisco netManager. I have it configured with the right credentials and it's showing that device is up via snmp & icmp.
But for some reason it doesn't want to collect or maintain any interface utilization information. For that matter, it netManager isn't really retaining any data. So, maybe the problem is more on the netManager end. But, I wanted to verify that there isn't anything in particular that I should be putting on the switch.
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