3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 13, 2008 9:22 AM by Peter.Cooper

    Reports with ipMonitor

      We are monitoring some call counters with the Custom SNMP monitor. The value of the OID is an Integer and the walk and monitor displays this value.Variable = .iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.8748.37.3.1.1.0
      Value    = Integer32 1

       When we make a report from this we get a floating value graphically and in the SNMP value the report displays a floating value.

       

      Data Table :: Selected Monitors (16)
      NameTypeLast ResultSNMP Value
      [VX2-REVOLUCION][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 273ms; value: 3.00001.2289
      [VX3-NEXTENGO][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 231ms; value: 4.00001.2246
      [VX2-MAYO][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 460ms; value: 2.00001.2128
      [VX4-VALLEJO][Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 46ms; value: 2.00001.2108
      [VX4-MAYO][Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 56ms; value: 1.00001.2074
      [VX3-VALLEJO][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 41ms; value: 2.00001.1967
      [VX1-REVOLUCION][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 269ms; value: 4.00001.1945
      [VX4-NEXTENGO][Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 53ms; value: 2.00001.1921
      [VX1-VALLEJO][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 53ms; value: 1.00001.1896
      [VX2-NEXTENGO][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 51ms; value: 2.00001.1883
      [VX1-MAYO][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 299ms; value: 4.00001.1826
      [VX1-NEXTENGO][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 56ms; value: 2.00001.1801
      [VX3-MAYO][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 238ms; value: 1.00001.1690
      [VX4-REVOLUCION][Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 68ms; value: 3.00001.1436
      [VX3-REVOLUCION][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 173ms; value: 2.00001.1423
      [VX2-VALLEJO][[Number of busy channels][SNMP-QA]snmp: qartt: 51ms; value: 2.0000; delta: 0.00000.9680
      Totals / Avgs1.1769


      Why is ipMonitor graphing the wron value?

       

        • Re: Reports with ipMonitor
          Peter.Cooper
          Hi Alexmex,

          The SNMP Value shown in your table is a weighted average of values seen within the selected time period. If the snmp values pulled are "delta", and you're looking at the last couple minutes, the average lags behind a little (as we always need the "next value").

          You could add another column to that table that selected the average from the last month and display it beside the average from the last 15 minutes.

          If you ever want to know what the really exact values are, investigating backward in time, you can zoom in until the little arrows appear. Click on them and you can see the full details of the monitor probe at that time. 
            • Re: Reports with ipMonitor

              The report is a Day report, the monitors pull the values every 15 seconds. We have this period of time because the SNMP value are calls.


              I don't follow that suggestion of adding a new column. You mean a column that has another tiem period?

                • Re: Reports with ipMonitor
                  Peter.Cooper

                   

                  You mean a column that has another tiem period?


                  Yes. I was just illustrating how it works, trying to point out something neat. Any historic value outside the time selection that overlaps will be counted for the portion that sits in the time selection.