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Monitor Bandwidth on PIX inside interface


My NPM server is sitting in the same subnet as my PIX firewall inside interface. I can monitor the up/down status but the bandwidth graphs show no data.

Can anyone tell me if there is some way to monitor the throughput???

Any ideas will be much appreciated.
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Level 7

How could you configure email alerts on the bandwidth on the PIX interface, for example once the interface has reached 30GB for the month and email alert is sent?
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Level 7

Are you allowing SNMP through your access-list? The Up/Down status uses ICMP which may be permited via an "icmp permit" statement.
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Level 9

Yes, you must enable SNMP on the PIX. Refer to cisco.com, you should find instructions on properly setting it up.
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I had also face the same problem; what i had done:
I added my Orion SolarWinds Server IP address in one of the NAT Pool and add my servers IP Address enrty in outside-acl, due to this i am able to access my PIX's outside interface and other outside routers and their interfaces easily.

Regards,

Zee
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