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ranchoman

Cisco 2900-3500 switche template

#1 Post by ranchoman » Fri Sep 17, 2004 5:49 am

This is host template for Cisco 2900 or 3500 switches running IOS.

The template measures CPU, Memory and Interfaces.

Let me know about it.

Cheers,
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lmorair

#2 Post by lmorair » Tue Oct 19, 2004 5:05 am

What do i have to do more than importing the template? Do i have to create Data Queries to?
Thanks in advance.
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Can not import correctly.

#3 Post by JMoMo » Mon Nov 08, 2004 12:17 am

Hi ranchoman

I attempted to import your script, but nothing happens. I exported and then attempted to import another script, and it worked out okay. Perhaps your template needs some updating?

I don't yet know what is wrong with the syntax, but I will post again if I figure it out.

Thanks for sharing.

My Cacti version is 0.8.5a-8 on Debian GNU/Linux.

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#4 Post by egarnel » Mon Nov 08, 2004 10:32 am

I have always used the cisco router template for my IOS switches without any problem. What does this template offer that is specific to the switches?

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#5 Post by ericgearhart » Wed Feb 11, 2009 1:00 pm

egarnel wrote:I have always used the cisco router template for my IOS switches without any problem. What does this template offer that is specific to the switches?
Well for one it looks like he includes memory usage right in the template... makes it easier than setting it up yourself :p

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#6 Post by denyingthetruth » Wed May 26, 2010 9:58 pm

can someone give me the temperature template for monitoring cisco 2950 switch?
what can we monitor beside cpu,memory,and interface in cisco 2950 switch?

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#7 Post by Instigater » Thu May 27, 2010 2:27 am

I'm working now on Cisco sensor template. There are a lot of sensors to monitor, like AC/DC voltage, power consumption, temperature, humidity, fan rpm and a lot more.

Right now I have stalled at this problem.

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#8 Post by denyingthetruth » Sun May 30, 2010 8:56 pm

Instigater wrote:I'm working now on Cisco sensor template. There are a lot of sensors to monitor, like AC/DC voltage, power consumption, temperature, humidity, fan rpm and a lot more.

Right now I have stalled at this problem.
thx instigater, just let me know when you're done with your template.

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Re: Cisco 2900-3500 switche template

#9 Post by scrupul0us » Fri Sep 02, 2011 9:47 am

How can I change the graph titles from:

|host_desciption| - Traffic - |ifDescr|

such that is shows the ACTUAL description of the port?

right now for instance I'm getting:

edge-ny-1 - traffic - Gi1/0/48

But I'd like to see:

edge-ny-1 - uplink to carrier - Gi1/0/48

I've tried making template changes/etc (|ifAlias| / |ifDescr|) but the graph then shows that at the text, not the actual information

Thank you =)

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Re: Cisco 2900-3500 switche template

#10 Post by ironique » Mon Sep 26, 2011 3:34 am

Ranchoman,

I've installed this plugin and graphed my switches just fine. Just wondering, my "CPU Usage" graph doesn't scale beyond 10. It's basically 1.0 - 10.0. I've got a switch where the utilization seems to go above that, but it seems to just cut it off? Is it designed that way, or is 10.0 = 100%?

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