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Custome SSH script for peplink balance

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Hi, I have a peplink balance device and using PRTG to monitor network. I tried MIB but it not support to monitor WAN bandwidth on peplink. However, I can use SSH to get information about WAN bandwidth (content below). How to get this information as a PRTG sensor?

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> get bandwidth wan 1
Connection                           Download         Upload          Total
FTTH_VDC                             749 kbps        81 kbps       830 kbps
    HTTP                               0 kbps         0 kbps         0 kbps
    HTTPS                            741 kbps        78 kbps       820 kbps
    IMAP                               0 kbps         0 kbps         0 kbps
    POP3                               0 kbps         0 kbps         0 kbps
    SMTP                               0 kbps         0 kbps         0 kbps
    OTHERS                             7 kbps         2 kbps        10 kbps

> get bandwidth wan 2
Connection                           Download         Upload          Total
FTTH_VIETTEL                        3784 kbps       948 kbps      4732 kbps
    HTTP                               1 kbps         0 kbps         2 kbps
    HTTPS                            958 kbps       884 kbps      1843 kbps
    IMAP                               0 kbps         0 kbps         0 kbps
    POP3                               0 kbps         0 kbps         0 kbps
    SMTP                               0 kbps         0 kbps         0 kbps
    OTHERS                          2823 kbps        63 kbps      2887 kbps

> get bandwidth wan 3
Connection                           Download         Upload          Total
FTTH_FPT                           16168 kbps       233 kbps     16401 kbps
    HTTP                               8 kbps        12 kbps        20 kbps
    HTTPS                          13773 kbps       185 kbps     13958 kbps
    IMAP                               0 kbps         0 kbps         0 kbps
    POP3                               0 kbps         0 kbps         0 kbps
    SMTP                               0 kbps         0 kbps         0 kbps
    OTHERS                          2386 kbps        35 kbps      2422 kbps

peplink prtg ssh ssh-script ssh-script-advanced-sensor

Created on Mar 11, 2019 11:21:06 AM by  paulnguyen (0) 1

Last change on Mar 11, 2019 11:23:56 AM by  Torsten Lindner [Paessler Support]



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You could use the SSH Script Advanced Sensor, but parsing this will be a pain I'm afraid :(


PRTGapi | Feature Requests | WMI Issues | SNMP Issues

Kind regards,
Stephan Linke, Tech Support Team

Created on Mar 11, 2019 7:29:06 PM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]



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Hi Stephan,

I can not access/ save file on Peplink device so can not use your guide "The dropdown menu will list all script files available in the /var/prtg/scriptsxml directory on the target Linux/Unix system." Anw i found a MIB can use to monitor WAN bandwidth, not real time but better than nothing.

Thank you.

Created on Mar 12, 2019 6:18:43 AM by  paulnguyen (0) 1



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You could also use this approach to use PowerShell (i.e. EXE/Script Advanced Sensors) to connect to the device, issue the command and evaluate the ouptut. However, the script would need to be modified accordingly. It's just to give you a basic idea of how to implement it :)


PRTGapi | Feature Requests | WMI Issues | SNMP Issues

Kind regards,
Stephan Linke, Tech Support Team

Created on Mar 12, 2019 9:14:38 AM by  Stephan Linke [Paessler Support]



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