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Snmp graphs showing high traffic on switch but not in machine interface

I've setup a SNMP server on the office with ubuntu and cacti. It's connected to a 22 port switch. I've configured the following SNMP devices: 2 adsl routers, 1 peplink balancer, 1 wifi access point, 2 ...
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Ubuntu 10.04 SNMP No Change In ifInOctets / ifOutOctets

I have succesfully set up cacti on 3 different Ubuntu machines here to monitor bandwidth usage. Upon trying to set it up on a remote machine, the bandwidth counter does not change. #snmpwalk -v 2c ...
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Monitor Server Blade Components using snmpwalk

Is it possible to monitor sun blade server components,/SYS (host system) Motherboard /SYS/MB, /SYS/SP Service processor etc using snmp. By using snmp i was able to get chasis temp, Fan speed, Voltage. ...
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Do I need to enable some flag in order to monitor Ubuntu with SNMP?

Snmpd is running. I checked status by running snmpwalk(snmpwalk -v 1 -c public localhost). I ran this in order to get CPU info: snmpget -v 1 -c "community" localhost .1.3.6.1.4.1.2021.10.1.3.1 But ...
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SNMP Access on Ubuntu

I am trying to use SNMP to monitor a machine locally on its self and remotely. This is the snmpd.conf (Ubuntu 8.04.1): # sec.name source comunity com2sec readonly 1.2.3.4 ...
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SNMPGet over IPv6

So I am trying to do an snmpget via ipv6. Here are a few commands I've tried: snmpget -v 1 -c public 'fdab:3bce:6c78:1:215:5dff:fe00:3914' sysUpTime.0 snmpget -v 1 -c public ...
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Settings up SNMP between a Cisco Router and Linux Box

My end goal is just to see some sort of data out from a Cisco Router 3662. Data like total connections and bandwidth used. I am attempting to use SNMP. I think I have snmp running correctly but I have ...
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Why isn't snmp working from anywhere but localhost?

I just upgraded a simple Ubuntu webserver from 9.10 to 10.04.1 and our nagios claims UNKNOWN for the single snmp check we run against it. It was working previously, so this baffles me. I installed ...
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Good way to cause SNMP traps on Ubuntu

I want to do a little SNMP testing and want to issue some traps from a test Ubuntu box. What are the easiest ways (for a Linux noob) to cause some traps to fire? Thanks