Monitor Cisco T-1 Card Serial0/1/0


#1

Greetings all,

I’m having trouble finding a way to monitor my t-1 wics in my Cisco 2801 Router. I have attempted to use ifstatus and other cisco based plugins but I get the same result.

I have 2 t-1’s for my DID lines. On the router they are controller T1 0/1/0 and 0/2/0. The interfaces are Serial0/1/0:23 and 0/2/0:23.

If it use[root@villamgt01p /]# /usr/lib/nagios/plugins/check_snmp_cisco_ifstatus -H 10.1.10.3 -C pub -i Serial0/1/0:0 Status is CRITICAL - INTERFACE DOWN: Serial0/1/0:0 (propritory PointToPointSerial) - Current: 0 bps, Limit: 64 Kbps, MTU: 1500, Last change: 41.77 seconds, STATS:(in errors: 0, out errors: 0, queue length: 0) [root@villamgt01p /]# /usr/lib/nagios/plugins/check_snmp_cisco_ifstatus -H 10.1.10.3 -C pub -i Serial0/1/0:23 Status is CRITICAL - INTERFACE DOWN: Serial0/1/0:23 (Link Access Protocol D) - Current: 0 bps, Limit: 64 Kbps, MTU: 1500, Last change: 39.77 seconds, STATS:(in errors: 0, out errors: 0, queue length: 0)

the interfaces only show up when a call is being made and the channel is active. Does anyone have another idea about how I can monitor these two lines?


#2

Looks like I got it. using tembria SNMP Browser I was able to string together a solution
covers T1 0/1/0 and T1 0/2/0

./check_snmp -H 10.1.10.3 -C pub -o ifEntry.ifDescr.5,ifType.5,ifAdminStatus.5,ifAlias.130 ./check_snmp -H 10.1.10.3 -C pub -o ifEntry.ifDescr.4,ifType.4,ifAdminStatus.4,ifAlias.120