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Getting & Evaluating Bandwidth from a Port

Mon May 24, 2021 7:43 pm

Hello everyone.

I need help whit an issue.

i have a dude server monitoring many of my networking devices, sometimes the bandwith in a port downs belows an especific value, i need to send an alert when that happens.
So i'm trying to get the RX value on a ether interface but the value captured is an number that i can't understand.

the value is taken by the next OID:

the result is: 3380521224 (Octets)

That OID is the only source i could find to get the bandwith.

The value need to be converted in any way to obtain Mbps ?
Exist another OID that i can take to obtain the value that i need ?

do you know another way to make this task ?

Thanks to Everyone.
Greetings from Colombia.
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Re: Getting & Evaluating Bandwidth from a Port

Thu May 27, 2021 8:06 pm

What you write
are total RX bytes of interface with name

You can not have rx or tx speed realtime, is dude than calculate the differencies between two read and provide statistical data rates.

Dude have internal function to do that:

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