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phughe03

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Hi guys,

My first time here so Gday to all! Anyway I have multiple Core Cisco Switches 6509 in my network and I want to monitor the CPU
from the MFSC cards in the Chasis. The Routing modules are running IOS and the 6509 switch is running Catos , I cant seem to find the OID for this. Can someone please help me find this.

Cheers.

Edited by phughe03, 08 November 2006 - 10:22 PM.

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any chance that you've contacted Cisco to ask these questions? you're getting into some pretty HIGH level stuff for the crowd here (don't get me wrong....i'm sure someone here has the knowledge you need..but..still)...
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Yeah I have hit the Cisco homepage pretty hard but Im struggling to find the info I need. I thought I would try here anyway, I guess you never know if you never go!

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What version of IOS are you running?
Have you installed the Router CPU Utilization module under Resource Monitors? Also, if you have do you get a "No Response" message?
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Running IOS Version 12.1(26)E4. on the routing modules. The "router cpu utilization module" is that the mib from the Cico website?

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That mod should do the trick. Lemme know what happens when you start it up.
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Yeah seems to have done the trick, thanx Cilix!

Cheers!
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