Using CACTI with Aethra Router's (ATOSNT)

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terryKo
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Using CACTI with Aethra Router's (ATOSNT)

#1 Post by terryKo » Sun Apr 21, 2019 12:29 pm

Hello Everyone,
Has anyone on this forum was luckly enough to get CACTI to work with the Aethra routers (ATOSNT)?
Many thanks in advance.
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Re: Using CACTI with Aethra Router's (ATOSNT)

#2 Post by netniV » Mon Apr 22, 2019 7:12 am

As long as it supports SNMP or you can create a script to query the device for non-basic snmp stuff, Cacti can monitor pretty much anything. There are standard MIB's used for most interface/system information OID's and then for extra detail there are custom OID's by most manufacturers. It really comes down to what you want to graph and how the device reports it.

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Re: Using CACTI with Aethra Router's (ATOSNT)

#3 Post by terryKo » Fri Apr 26, 2019 2:23 am

Hi,
thanks for the reply!Well it's good news to know it works,but I have been playing around for months without any luck.
I just want to see the interface bandwidth.Well back to the drawing tables :roll:

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Re: Using CACTI with Aethra Router's (ATOSNT)

#4 Post by netniV » Fri Apr 26, 2019 2:39 am

https://mibs.observium.org/mib/AETHRA-MIB/

That's a specific MIB for Aethra devices but the normal interfaces should appear under the MIB2 stuff. You'd have to see if you can find any information on the SNMP output or just do a manual walk and see if the MIB2 interface information is there.

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