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    TPLINK TL SG3424 and SG3216 icinga monitoring cpu and ram status

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    Dear admin!


    I want to monitor the above switches with SNMP.

    Within the private MIBs I find the following config.

    sysMonitorNotifications OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::={sysMonitor 12}

    cpuLoadExceed NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
    "A cpuLoadExceed notification is sent when the
    total CPU Utilization is more than 80%"
    ::= { sysMonitorNotifications 1 }





    How can I achieve this with what OID value? How to set the switches?
    Anyway, please do not find me with snmpwalk.

    Regards: bgt

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    Quote Originally Posted by borsosgt View Post
    Model :

    Hardware Version :

    Firmware Version :

    ISP : [/COLOR]

    Dear admin!


    I want to monitor the above switches with SNMP.

    Within the private MIBs I find the following config.

    sysMonitorNotifications OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::={sysMonitor 12}

    cpuLoadExceed NOTIFICATION-TYPE
    STATUS current
    DESCRIPTION
    "A cpuLoadExceed notification is sent when the
    total CPU Utilization is more than 80%"
    ::= { sysMonitorNotifications 1 }





    How can I achieve this with what OID value? How to set the switches?
    Anyway, please do not find me with snmpwalk.

    Regards: bgt
    I guess this is not OID that get the CPU and memory usage of switch, this is the OID for Notification. I remember that old switch do not supports the OID to get CPU and memort usage.Now the new T Series switch supports.

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    Device Name: TL-SG3424


    Hardware Version: TL-SG3424 1.0


    Firmware Version: 1.11.4 Build 20140311 Rel.56575

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    System Description: JetStream 16-Port Gigabit L2 Managed Switch with 2 Combo SFP Slots


    Device Name: TL-SG3216


    Hardware Version: TL-SG3216 2.0
    Firmware Version: 1.0.2 Build 20150714 Rel.61832(s)

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    System Description: 24G Managed Switch
    Device Name: TL-SG3424
    Hardware Version: TL-SG3424 1.0
    Firmware Version: 1.11.4 Build 20140311 Rel.56575


    The parameters of RMON al can be queried?

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    Quote Originally Posted by borsosgt View Post
    System Description: 24G Managed Switch

    Device Name: TL-SG3424

    Hardware Version: TL-SG3424 1.0

    Firmware Version: 1.11.4 Build 20140311 Rel.56575



    The parameters of RMON al can be queried?
    As I said, you can download MIB file of T series to check, You will find tpSysMonitorCpuTable,tpSysMonitorMemoryTable, You can not find these OID in MIB file of TL-SG3424 and TL-SG3216.
    If both public and private mib all don not supports these OID, you can not get these information via SNMP.

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    This is sad.
    Other ways to monitor these features?

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    Quote Originally Posted by borsosgt View Post
    This is sad.
    Other ways to monitor these features?
    In my opinion, it is difficult, only via the web interface, but it is not your demand.

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    SNMP trap alarm works?


 

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