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Monitoring multiple interfaces on a switch

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Currently running PRTG network monitor. Exactly how can we monitor multiple interfaces on a cisco switch. We need to know if a interfaces is up\up if it were to go down\down or if the interfaces does down.

cisco-switch monitor snmp

Created on Oct 21, 2016 2:10:50 PM by  dmorrrow5 (0) 1



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Hi Dmorrrrow5,

PRTG offers three different options for the Connection Status Handling:

  • Show alarm for all "disconnected" states
  • Show alarm when disconnected, but ignore when deactivated
  • Ignore all "disconnected" states

You can then create a new notification to get notified if the sensors change their status.

Best regards, Felix

Created on Oct 24, 2016 11:49:23 AM by  Felix Saure [Paessler Support]



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