S5720 SNMP monitoring

Created: Mar 7, 2017 14:58:03Latest reply: Sep 16, 2018 09:35:08 1760 2 0 0
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hi, Im monitoring my switching using PRTG, I have the MIB files but there is LOT of info in them, does anyone know whihch if the many MIB files I need to use to capture the basics, such as,

CPU usage
Memory usage
Uptime
Tempratures
PSU infor
Stack Informaton

Interface's etc are picked up with defaults in PRTG..

Thanks.

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Zhp_inhere
Created Mar 9, 2017 03:21:45 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Please reference the Product Documentation in “Reference ---MIB Reference”
hwEntityStateTable
hwSystemPowerTable
hwStackPortTable hwStackMemberInfoTable

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Zhp_inhere
Zhp_inhere Created Mar 9, 2017 03:21:45 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

Please reference the Product Documentation in “Reference ---MIB Reference”
hwEntityStateTable
hwSystemPowerTable
hwStackPortTable hwStackMemberInfoTable

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Martian_superman
Martian_superman Created Sep 16, 2018 09:35:08 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

PRTG is just a NMS tools, no matter what tool you use, if you want monitor the switch, you just need to look into the MIB reference, and find the corresponding OID node, then query the OID with your NMS tools.

please don't forget to import the MIBs into your NMS tools.
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