Check manual page of if_lancom
LANCOM devices: Network interfaces via standard MIB using 64 Bit counters
This check does exactly the same as if64 but retrieves ifName instead
of ifDescr, because ifDescr is not useful in LANCOM devices.
It uses 64 bit counters from the IF-MIB below .22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.1.1. This allows to correctly
monitor switch ports with a traffic of more then 2GB per check interval.
Also this check can use ifAlias instead if ifDescr for retrieving
the admin-configured interface description. This is e.g. useful for HP ProCurve
switches which do not show that aliasses in ifDescr.
Note: This check needs SNMP v2c and thus only works, if you hosts are
added to bulkwalk_hosts.
Depending on the check paramters this check can go WARN or CRIT when the
port status changes (i.e. is down), when the link speed changes (e.g. a
port expected to be set to 1GBit/s operates only at 100MBit/s), when the
absolute or procentual traffic of a port exceeds certain levels or if the
rate of errors or discards exceeds configurable limits.
As of Check_MK version 1.1.9i1 this check supports averaging the in- and
outgoing traffic over a configurable range of time by using an exponentially
weighted moving average - just as Linux does for the CPU load averages.
The averaging can be configured on a per host and per port base. This is
done by adding a key "average" to the parameter dictionary with the number
of minutes that the average should cover as its key. Port with averaging
turned on output two additional performance values: the averaged traffic
in bytes. If you have configured traffic levels, then those levels are
applied to the averaged values.
There are three allowed ways to specify a port: 1: the last component of
the SNMP OID number (as string), the ifDescr of the port or the ifAlias of
the port. If you are using the alias, you have to make sure that it is unique
by configuring useful aliases in the switch. Check_MK does not check for uniqueness.
The inventory creates one service for each port that fulfills configurable conditions.
Per default these are ports which are currently found up and are of types 6 (ethernetCsmacd),
32 (frameRelay) or 117 (gigabitEthernet).
Grouping: In some situations you do not want to monitor a single
interface but a group of interfaces that together form a pool.
The if check supports such pools by defining groups.
You can specifiy the members of a group by their port type and the item name(s) of
the single interfaces. The data of all members is accumulated and put together
in a single grouped interface service.
You can specify the groups with the ruleset if_groups.
Groups are defined as list of dictionaries.
The keys are:
"name": String. Name of the group within the service description
"iftype": Integer. Interface port type as integer
"include_items": List of Strings. Interface item name. This name depends
on further settings like if_inventory_uses_alias or if_inventory_uses_description
"single"(optional): Bool. Interfaces in this group do not show up
as single service if "single" is set to True (Default: False)
For example: if_groups = (["name" : "Group WLAN", "iftype" : 6, "single" : True], ["lan"], ALL_HOSTS )