I'm looking for a way to query a 3640 on a daily basis for username and time connected. The purpose is to catch users not logging off which drives up our connect time fees. I have CiscoWorks for LAN and Solar Winds Professional Edition (mib walker only) but am open to other options. We don't need a full blow application since we are only after this one bit of information. I'm still trying to understand what some of these objects are.
Re: SNMP query against 3640 RAS for connection times
Thank you, this information is helpful. What I am most in need of at the moment is the ability to query those few objects in order to generate a daily report on useage. This will assist us in finding out what users are keeping a connection active for extended periods.
There is probably the ability within CiscoWorks LMS. If not, I also have Solar Winds Professional Ed. and upgrading to another version should allow me to query against specific objects. Are there any other tools (especially free) that will perform this task?
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