SNMP OIDs required for Cisco 1200 and Cisco 1100 series APs

Discussion in 'Wireless Internet' started by NYA, Nov 7, 2006.

  1. NYA

    NYA Guest


    I have Cisco 1200 and 1100 APs at my facilty, I notice that in the WEB
    UI of the APs, in the "Detailed Status" tab for each radio interface,
    there are a group of statistics displayed (like receive stats, transmit
    stats) for EACH suopported rate (like 36,54 mbps etc) allowed on that
    radio. I need to query the same stats through SNMP/ or by any other
    means available. But i am not getting the relevant OIDs which give the
    statistics broken down for each rate supported by the radio. Can anyone
    tell me the MIB/OIDs which can give me info per each rate supported by
    that radio.

    Currently I have the firmware c1200-k9w7-tar.12.3-7.JA2 on my Cisco
    1200 AP. In case such a facility is supported by some other firmware
    revision could you please suggest that firmware revision.


    PS: In case i have posted in the wrong forum, please let me know where
    else i can get this information and have also looked on the object
    navigator provided by Cisco on the web
    NYA, Nov 7, 2006
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  2. This really should go to an SNMP group such as:

    Cisco SNMP MIBS can be found at:
    The 1200 is at:
    You don't really need all of these, but certainly get IEEE802.11-MIB

    I'm not sure exactly what you're trying to monitor, but you'll need
    some manner of MIB browser or SNMP management program. I don't have a
    1200 handy for testing and am too lazy to drill through the MIB
    database to extract the OID's. You do the work.

    If you're starting from scratch, I suggest using something simple like
    the command line SNMPUTIL.EXE:
    You can dump the entire MIB tree with the incantation:
    snmputil walk public .

    If you want something neater, I suggest GetIF 2.3.1
    Install the program. Dump your Cisco MIB files into:
    c:\program files\getif 2.3.1\mibs\
    directory. Erase the .index file in this directory. Every time you
    add or remove a MIB file, erase the .index. The program will recreate
    it on startup. Then, point it at your 1200 and it should display the
    MIB tree with human readable OID's.

    Lots more tools to chose from. Start here:
    Jeff Liebermann, Nov 7, 2006
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  3. NYA

    developers Guest

    Im am doing the Cisco Accademy Wireless course at moment and there
    some aditional stuff about mibs on the cd in the course book - ill dig
    it out tonight if i get a chance - might not be what you want though.
    developers, Nov 8, 2006
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