Juniper Netscreen

OIDs for CPU:
CPU for the last minute: .
CPU for the last 5 minutes: .
CPU for the last 15 minutes: .

OIDs for memory:
Memory Allocated: .
Memory Available: .
Memory Fragmented: .

OIDs for sessions:
Sessions Allocated: .
Sessions Maximum: .
Sessions Failed: .

Walk Redundant Interfaces

  • I had a problem finding OID's for redundant subinterfaces on my SSG-320M's, meaning I have two physical cables to my switches, and each numbered interface is just a vlan on that trunk going to the two switches.

Here's a nifty php script to walk and generate a basic cfg file. - Tim Connolly

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