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monitoring CallManager with SNMP

I am trying to find a way to monitor CallManager (and Unity, if possible) server statistics such as processor utilization and disk utilization via SNMP. Through another post, I was told that the CISCO-PROCESS-MIB is what I need but it only appears to work for routers and switches, not servers.

I was told that Cisco VHM uses the following MIBs but I have not been able to locate them anywhere.

CPQHOST-MIB

CPQHLTH-MIB

CPQSM2-MIB

CPQNIC-MIB

Can anybody tell me where I can find the necessary MIBs to monitor CallManager server parameters? Thanks!

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Blue

Re: monitoring CallManager with SNMP

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Re: monitoring CallManager with SNMP

I have already looked in the CISCO-CCM-MIB but all I could find is CallManager-specific information such as phone status, gateway status, and phone extension information. It does not have anything in it that has to do with the actual server hardware. If there is something I'm missing, I would like to find out which specific object (preferably the numeric designator, i.e. 1.3.6.1.4....) would return processor and disk utilization information.

If not, I need to find the MIB that will provide this. Since it appears that Cisco VHM can monitor these parameters, there must be a way to do it and I need to figure out what that is.

Blue

Re: monitoring CallManager with SNMP

There are no MIBs for Disk utilization etc. VHM mostly uses the Windows perfmon counters to get the info. The vendor's own MIBs are suppose to provide these info. For example, is it is a Compaq box, then compaq MIBs should have this info.

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