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SNMP polling for interface peak values

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Hi everyone, 

I have a cluster of 23900s running R80.10. In CPview, I can see interface peak values under Network > Interfaces > Traffic. I'd like to poll these values (per interface) and store them in an external monitoring environment for historical reference. I've gone through Check Point's SNMP doc (sk90860) but haven't found what I'm after.

If this is possible, would you please let me know which OID I should be using?

 

Thanks very much.

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Re: SNMP polling for interface peak values

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That value just is not there in the SNMP values. The only way to get it is by calculating it yourself. Or find a way to query the CPView database.
Regards, Maarten

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Re: SNMP polling for interface peak values

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This value is taken by the SNMP (or CPview application) application from it's own database, SNMP subtracts the bytes throughput counter since last poll and stores it as the value for that poll time period. Thus calculating the Bps or bps values. The peak value in the database is checked to see if the current value is higher and if so stores that higher value in the database.
Regards, Maarten
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Thanks, Maarten. I'm interested in polling that peak value exclusively. Do you know of a way to do this?

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Re: SNMP polling for interface peak values

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That value just is not there in the SNMP values. The only way to get it is by calculating it yourself. Or find a way to query the CPView database.
Regards, Maarten

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Thanks for clarifying. I'll have to find a way to do this using other SNMP values gathered and then performing arithmetic operations to grab the highest peak seen historically.

Thanks again.

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