How can I monitor bandwidth class consumption via SNMP?
I've been using the MIB provided by Stingray to attempt to monitor when a bandwidth class is reaching its cap but I'm not having much luck. The values returned by bandwidthClassBytesOutLo.IOD seem to be the total value of bytes output.
If I look at the graphs in the admin interface for a particular class it shows me exactly what I want.
How I can replicate this so I can alert & report on it via snmp?
Re: How can I monitor bandwidth class consumption via SNMP?
The value you are monitoring is an SNMP Counter - it's an increasing count of the data transferred. To get a bandwidth rate, you need to sample the counter periodically (for example, every 10 seconds), the difference between the two samples will be the data transferred in that interval.