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Is there a way to edit the SNMP Traffic sensor to include the actual interface speed?

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Is it possible to edit the SNMP Traffic sensor or create something else to have monitoring on configured/negociated interfaces speed (10, 100, 1000 Mbps)?

I know it's possible to create a custom sensor with ifspeed like this :

https://kb.paessler.com/en/topic/14843-how-to-see-port-speed-on-switches#reply-254838

but simply adding it to SNMP Traffic sensor would be way better. Adding a custom sensor would mean maybe using 2 sensors (1 for the negociated speed and 1 for the actual traffic speed) for a single interface.

Thank you,

ifspeed interface-traffic snmp-traffic

Created on Jan 22, 2021 5:27:52 PM by  mike_dp (10) 1



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Hi,

We don't offer a solution to change the SNMP Traffic sensor on your side. Currently you only have the opportunity to create a script which can check the desired values.

Created on Jan 26, 2021 1:07:28 PM by  Marijan Horsky [Paessler Support]



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What do you mean by a script? I tried to create a custom lib sensor but it doesn't come out clean like the basic snmp traffic sensor.

Created on Feb 15, 2021 2:16:56 PM by  mike_dp (10) 1



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You need to create a script which can show you the desired information. Afterwards, you can use this script in your PRTG instance with a EXE/Script Advanced sensor.

Created on Feb 17, 2021 9:30:30 AM by  Marijan Horsky [Paessler Support]



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