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Cisco switch 2970 and 3550 series

By jerome ·
hi,
i have a wireless DSL directly connected to a cisco 2970 switch, since the DSL router (built-in the antenna) isnt SNMP capable is their a way i can gather bandwidth utilization via switch port level.

thanks,

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by ICB's corner In reply to Cisco switch 2970 and 355 ...

The Cisco 2970 switch has SNMP. You can use MRTG to gather bandwidth on each port. Also you can use Cisco Network Assistent to manage.

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by jerome In reply to

i wish you would give a more detailed info... thanks for the effort anyway

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by jerome In reply to Cisco switch 2970 and 355 ...

im new to cisco appliances can you point me to a howto on this?

thanks

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by ICB's corner In reply to Cisco switch 2970 and 355 ...

Here is the configuration guide that contains SNMP configuration:
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/lan/cat2970/12225see/scg/index.htm
And the Traffic Grapher
http://www.paessler.com/prtg/download
or
http://www.mrtg.com/

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by ICB's corner In reply to

After you install Perl and make a mrtg.cfg, this program will find all ports of the switch by SNMP.
I had tried for a Cisco Router and MRTG has discovered all active ports.

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by jerome In reply to Cisco switch 2970 and 355 ...

okie ive read the manual w/c was located at cisco.. i was wondering how can i gather traffic on per port basis..

thanks

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