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  1. Hello, I was wondering if anyone out there would be able to help me out with the proper way to monitor multiple Meraki devices. The use case will be to have the ability to monitor one Meraki Firewall and multiple Meraki switches in multiple sites. However from my understanding they are under one cloud access URL. What would the best coarse of action to monitor these devices to get individual device statistics? Thanks in Advance
  2. Tossed this together today to track throughput license usage on platforms that license maximum levels (e.g., ISR4K) as the impact of exceeding this can be otherwise tricky to identify. Definitely could use more work, but a decent starting point. 7ZYRDH
  3. This isn't a question but I didn't see anybody else post this. One thing we've noticed in our environment is that when a Gbic starts to go bad CRC errors start incrementing on a port. Currently LM doesn't monitor for CRC errors, that we could find. In order for this to work you have to go to the sub interface in config mode and turn on rmon statistics. Then you get OID 1.3.6.1.2.1.16.1.1.1.X.Y where X is for CRC errors and Y is the number you assigned as the process ID. For example on an HPE 5130 [HP5130-Ten-GigabitEthernet1/0/51]rmon statistics 1 owner LM Gives you OID 1.3.6.1.2.1.16.1.1.1.8.1. There are a lot of statics, for example the Y value of 3 gives you drops, the Y value of 5 gives you packets. <HP5930>dis rmon statistics EtherStatsEntry 1 owned by LM is VALID. Interface : Ten-GigabitEthernet1/0/51<ifIndex.12> etherStatsOctets : 1943607812, etherStatsPkts : 1369904813 etherStatsBroadcastPkts : 45523087 , etherStatsMulticastPkts : 97537116 etherStatsUndersizePkts : 0 , etherStatsOversizePkts : 0 etherStatsFragments : 0 , etherStatsJabbers : 0 etherStatsCRCAlignErrors : 0 , etherStatsCollisions : 0 etherStatsDropEvents (insufficient resources): 0 Incoming packets by size: 64 : 1917342 , 65-127 : 853770762 , 128-255 : 724653502 256-511: 178898662 , 512-1023: 107338128 , 1024-1518: 1995791637 So far we've found this process and OID to also work on Cisco switches. I hope this helps others.
  4. Hey there, I'm sharing my datasources for CUCM that use the Serviceability APIs using PowerShell and SOAP (I'm a powershell scripter, still haven't gotten the time to fully understand groovy). I'll expand on this post as I get further down adding additional datasources from the Serviceability APIs. All of these require a cucm.user and cucm.pass entered on the devices that are the call manager servers. Cisco CUCM Device Status- DXZRTZ - Reports the following datapoints for all devices registered to CUCM - StatusReason, IsRegistered, IsNotRegistered, NumOfLines, RegistrationAttempts - Uses https://$($hostname):8443/realtimeservice2/services/RISService70?wsdl - Needs to have servicability features turned on (you can check just by going to this URL) Cisco CUCM Service Status- 3LNYR9 - Reports the service status of all services running for CUCM servers - https://$($hostname):8443/controlcenterservice2/services/ControlCenterServices?wsdl Cisco CUCM Statistics ZN494P - Reports about 100 datapoints from CUCM's PerfMon "Cisco CallManager" object - Uses https://$($hostname):8443/perfmonservice2/services/PerfmonService?wsdl
  5. Organizations with POE deployments may have an interest in monitoring port level power statistics for their POE switches. PowerOverEthernet_PortLevel has locator code 3D9TYM and should be available for import after it has been approved by our monitoring team This DataSource is based on the CISCO-POWER-ETHERNET-EXT-MIB and includes the following datapoints: Normal datapoints PortAdditionalStatus .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.402.1.2.1.5 PortDeviceDetected .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.402.1.2.1.3 PortDiscoverMode .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.402.1.2.1.2 PortIeeePd .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.402.1.2.1.4 PortMaxPwrDrawn .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.402.1.2.1.10 PortPwrAllocated .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.402.1.2.1.7 PortPwrAvailable .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.402.1.2.1.8 PortPwrConsumption .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.402.1.2.1.9 PortPwrMax .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.402.1.2.1.6 Complex datapoints MaxPercentPowerUsed if(un(PortMaxPwrDrawn*100/PortPwrAvailable),0,(PortMaxPwrDrawn*100/PortPwrAvailable)) > 90 PercentPowerUsed if(un(PortPwrConsumption*100/PortPwrAvailable),0,(PortPwrConsumption*100/PortPwrAvailable)) > 90 PowerThresholdExceeded if(gt(PortPwrMax,0), (if(gt(PortMaxPwrDrawn*100/PortPwrAvailable,PortPwrMax),(PortMaxPwrDrawn*100/PortPwrAvailable),0)),0) > 0 - This datapoint will alert if the power drawn by a device exceeds the power available to the port
  6. Created a separate Datasource for monitoring Cisco trunk interfaces only. I find this extremely useful for MSP's when you are monitoring hundreds of Cisco devices but do not need to create alerts on access Ports. This helps cut down on "noise" alerts that have no real actionable tasks. The majority of access ports will connect to end devices or servers that you are already monitoring individually. For our purposes, I left the normal interface datasource as active but shutoff the alerts so we can still pull the statistical data on access ports. To eexclude the Trunk Ports for the normal interface datasource, create a filter for the following OID .1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.46.1.6.1.1.14 IS NOT EQUAL 1 FE36RM
  7. This one goes into some additional detail but hasn't been completely cleaned up for debugging purposes. The ones that have switch stacks pull all the stack serials and model numbers. Work in progress was the versioning. We have about 1500+ network devices across many many different models and versions so this has taken a little bit of work to get to work across all. MWXMXZ - Cisco-IOS FKA79M - Cisco IOS XE 9LF63N - NXOS G366DD - Cisco ASA
  8. Datasource that uses active discover to find ports in errdisabled state and create an Error in LogicMonitor LM Exchange: GR4XMN
  9. We have two Cisco 8540 wireless controllers. We are trying to monitor our access points but half of them are always down. Since both controllers know about all the access points the ones not associated to that controller at that time appear as down. Has anyone been successful in only getting alerts for truly down APs?
  10. Hi all, I need to monitor a few cisco SPA502 Phones and I don't see any SNMP setting on it... is there any way to add one of these to logicmonitor beside the basic info? Thanks!!
  11. A simple module that uses Expect to connect to a device and check if the device is in active or standby state based on the command prompt string. I implemented this because some of our devices were failing over to standby, which is fine, but we need to know when it happens as in some cases we have different bandwidth capacity. The module simply returns a 0 or a 1, depending on active or standby state. J9RFA2
  12. We would like a datasource for monitoring alerts form Cisco UCS Server CIMC cards. This would help make us aware of hardware issues on Cisco Servers much quicker
  13. Does anyone have any experienced with monitoring a Cisco ACI environment? Any good documentation that I can reference? Thanks,
  14. Hi everyone, I'm working on getting my Cisco switches monitored and found that I cannot see, at least by default, to logic monitor to alert me when a port is on "error disabled" mode. I found this KB but I'm not sure how to actually create the event that it mentions, may I ask the community for some help? This is the KB I found: https://www.logicmonitor.com/support/monitoring/networking-firewalls/cisco-port-errdisabled/ Thanks!
  15. We are looking to get monitoring against our Cisco ACS/ISE instances to ensure radius authentication is working. Wanted to see if anyone has put anything together like this yet? For example, a check that uses a service account to auth against a specific ACS instance and returns a pass/fail/timeout/etc. that can be alerted on. Thanks!
  16. When LogicMonitor discovers Cisco switches and other network devices, there are often numerous interfaces that are monitored, when they should not be. Think about a 4507 chassis with 80% user ports that we don't want to look at, but 10 access point and 2 uplinks that we do. Right now when going into instances for the a device and editing interfaces and trying to disable multiple selections, you can only do this within the page you are on. If you select say 10 interfaces from a page, then hit next page and select 10 more, only the 10 from the page you are currently on get disabled. This is adding significant time to my cleanup of things auto-discovered, and should be an simple and great enhancement! -Thanks
  17. Anybody created a datasource to pull "License Usage" from the Cisco Prime License Manager? Attached is a screenshot showing the metrics we are trying to capture. Any assistance is greatly appreciated!
  18. Hello, I'm a new user. Started monitoring a Cisco WLC5508 and it did a good job of picking up the APs. We need to see how many users are on each AP to verify they are not oversubscribed. LM has a "Top 10" graph that shows how many users per AP radio, and there are 2 radios per AP at the site. Is there a way to see this for ALL APs, and is there a way to see it by AP and not by radio? Any feedback would be appreciated. Thanks!