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RRDTOOL or MRTG and NM-HDV PRI Trunks (SNMP)

Expanding upon what was asked in a previous thread about SNMP...

Has anyone got RRDTOOL or MRTG or other SNMP graphing package successfuuly monitoring in use states of PRI or T1 links on NM-HDV cards?

If so do you have some configs you'd like to share - it would really help us out as we'd like to add them to the stuff we already do with our Internet bandwidth (See http://www.letu.edu/administrative/infotech/network/stats/ for an example).

Thanks!

Ken Johnson

Mgr. Network Services

LeTourneau University

http://www.letu.edu

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CIPTUG

Cisco IP Telephony Users Group

http://www.ciptug.org

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Re: RRDTOOL or MRTG and NM-HDV PRI Trunks (SNMP)

If you do a SNMPWALK on a router with the NM-HDV router you will see the results are pages long.

I have been unable to find the values that coorelate to number of channels in use, d-channel status, or anything of value in displaying in MRTG.

I would be very interested if you find a "How to graph voice data in MRTG". I think someone at Cisco needs to publish a "Router IOS Important Voice MIB values".

Jason Aarons, CCNP, MCSE

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Re: RRDTOOL or MRTG and NM-HDV PRI Trunks (SNMP)

1.3.6.1.2.1.10.21.1.2.2.1.5.xxx.y shows calls accepted for dial peer xxx

1.3.6.1.2.1.10.21.1.2.2.1.6.xxx.y shows calls rejected for dial peer xxx

May need to do an SNMPWALK to get the value of Y, but at least it gets you in the ballpark.

Thats what we plot.

Eric

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