I don't seem to be able to monitor SNR Margin or Attenuation with SNMP.
(a) SNMP works, I can see other parameters, in fact 2000ish and can monitor them from PRTG.
(b) I can find the parameters I want to monitor in the ADSL-LINE-MIB, "adslaturcurr....", and it seems to be a supported MIB for the SB107 according to Cisco docs (also the parameters of interest are mandatory).
(c) If I use either GetIf or MIB Browser to walk the tree, I don't see the expected OID, i.e. 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.4
(d) Google searches suggest I probably need another digit (as in ........18.104.22.168.1.4.x) to access the parameter (for instance, I know a Draytek ADSL router needs ........22.214.171.124.1.4.4)
Anyone know what the magic OID number(s) are, or is there some other switch to enable them, or even if these parameters can be monitored?
The upstream device (local end of the ADSL line) and downstream device (remote end of the ADSL line) section displays the SNR Margin (tenth-dB)---Displays the Noise Margin as seen by this device with respect to its received signal in tenth dB.Refer
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