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RE: Cisco SLA data access via SNMP?
> Ray, > > Do you have an example of accessing the SLA data via SNMP? > I've just got interested in those things, I've found the OIDs > required, but its all a bit of a maze ... I could really use > some jitter information in a couple of places right about now ... > A number of people have asked for how I did the Cricket/SLA thing. I have a description of the configuration at: http://www.oneunified.net/blog/OpenSource/Debian/Monitoring/Cricket/installa ndconfig.article On one of the systems I'm getting a cricket error of: "illegal attempt to update +using time 1163791808 when last update time is 1163791808 (minimum one second step) " I'm not sure if it affects other systems. I have to check. Anyway, once I get this thing fixed, I think everything should be good to go. Let me know if you have similar problems. Ray http://www.oneunified.net/blog/ -- Scanned for viruses and dangerous content at http://www.oneunified.net and is believed to be clean.