Timing might be the issue here,as long as your snmp credentials are correct, and as long as you're monitoring ports that have activity on them.
If you set Orion to poll infrequently, and/or if you have your stats page set up to display the Last 7 Days of information for the port(s), you may see nothing--until 7 days' of information has been collected.
What error message do you receive when there's no info shown?
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NO INTERFACE BANDWIDTH UTILIZATION DATA AVAILABLE (DATA IS NOT AVAILABLE)
You can also try the FREE "SolarWinds" RealTime Bandwidth Monitor Tool"
in order to confirm the Traffic is passing through and you can see the Traffic Stats there .
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Well yes I used the MIBWalk but it's really not that obvious. Among the 300 or so MIB's it discovered missing it's not like the one I need is highlighted or even says interface utilization.
What does it display in the Current Percent Utilization of Each Interface window?
Have you tried RealTime Bandwidth Tools ?
Have you Check this post ?
You can run SNMP Walk and check what value are are getting under these OID table .
Bandwidth - 32-bit Counter ifOutOctets 126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.1.16 Bandwidth - 32-bit Counter ifInOctets 184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11.1.10
if you still have any issue pm me SNMP Walk from the Device and i will check that for you .
go to manage node >> Edit the node >> uncheck 64-bit counter >> submit >> force poll the node and check if it will see traffic in.
if that does not solved it:
Go to manage node >> edit the node >> put it on SNMPv.1 >> submit and force poll the node
if that does not work:
Go to Orion Server >> run SNMPwalk on the device (Open C:\Program Files (x86)\SolarWinds\Orion and run SNMPWalk.exe)
Then use this link to check the ifinoctet and ifoutoctet: