Hi,

I understand that the graphs are created from the SNMP Bandwidth Monitor. I have added an entry into the Bandwidth Monitor for one of our Cisco Access points to monitor the number of connected wireless clients. This returns the correct value when tested and shows within the monitor status detail.

How do I get it to graph this number ?

thanks

asked 15 Mar '13, 07:49

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Hi Steven,

There is some documentation on the website that talks about adding additional graphs. Look at the bottom of the Server Status Report page.

Thanks Quinn

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answered 20 Mar '13, 16:51

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Hi Quinn,

thanks for this however I cannot get it to work.

on the bandwidth monitor I have added another object - its alias is

Active Wireless Clients

and its OID is

iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.9.9.273.1.1.2.1.1.1

I have entered the following into the StatusReport_Match_OtherPerf key (REG_SZ)

Active Wireless Clients,9.9.273.1.1.2.1.1.1,iso.org.dod.internet.private.enterprises.9.9.273.1.1.2.1.1.1

it is still not graphing the number of connected clients.

the monitor status details section reports [Active Wireless Clients:7]

but no graph.

thanks

Steve.

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answered 20 Mar '13, 17:30

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Steve,

Can you send me a screen shot of you Bandwidth Monitor that shows the settings, screen shot the graphs in your Server Status report, and one of the register key? support@poweradmin.com

Quinn

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answered 21 Mar '13, 14:29

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