Denika capturing Latency and Jitter from a non-Cisco device?

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Denika capturing Latency and Jitter from a non-Cisco device?

Post by dascom » Mon Dec 13, 2010 3:28 am

Does Plixer come across capturing Latency and Jitter from a non-Cisco device like Alcatel? Will there be compatibility issue? If that happens, how Denika fix that? Thanks!

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Re: Denika capturing Latency and Jitter from a non-Cisco dev

Post by jghidoni » Mon Dec 13, 2010 1:24 pm

Hello dascom,

If the latency and jitter information is available via and SNMP OID, then yes, Denika can access and graph it. You would need to create a new report template querying that OID.

See the forum post to your last question:
Denika can edit template to support MIBs of ZTE or Huawei?

http://forums.plixer.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=2049

to create new report templates.

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Re: Denika capturing Latency and Jitter from a non-Cisco dev

Post by dascom » Tue Dec 14, 2010 7:20 am

Dear Joanne,

Thanks for your response. I have one more question, do you have any example for Denika to capture non cisco jitter and latency, may i have more hints to work on this? Thanks!
jghidoni wrote:Hello dascom,

If the latency and jitter information is available via and SNMP OID, then yes, Denika can access and graph it. You would need to create a new report template querying that OID.

See the forum post to your last question:
Denika can edit template to support MIBs of ZTE or Huawei?

http://forums.plixer.com/viewtopic.php?f=8&t=2049

to create new report templates.

- Joanne

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Re: Denika capturing Latency and Jitter from a non-Cisco dev

Post by jghidoni » Tue Dec 14, 2010 1:33 pm

Hello dascom,

If you have the SNMP OIDs for jitter and latency tracking on the Alcatel device you want to monitor, you use those OIDs in creating new report templates.

You can follow the same example as the jitter and latency report templates for Cisco, you just need the OIDs for your Alcatel device.

What is the model of your Alcatel device?

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Re: Denika capturing Latency and Jitter from a non-Cisco dev

Post by dascom » Fri Dec 17, 2010 7:02 am

Dear Joanne,

Thanks for you reply and i am trying to get those information via Denika. One more question here, is it possible to capture ping-mib of juniper if i have OIDs of latency of jitter for that?

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Re: Denika capturing Latency and Jitter from a non-Cisco dev

Post by tomp » Fri Dec 17, 2010 1:13 pm

You can definitely do this.

Under Admin Tools, select Templates.
With "Create New Template - Wizard" selected click "Report"

This will take you through a wizard of creating a new report template.

Let me know if you have any questions after going through the wizard.

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