Read ACC Risk Factor with API or SNMP.

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Read ACC Risk Factor with API or SNMP.

For our central monitoring system I want to read out the ACC Risk Factor.

Is it possible to read it out using the API or SNMP?

Thanks!

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L3 Networker

I am not sure if the 'risk trend ' section in the API will give you exactly the same data as the ACC risk Factor but....they way to get the RISK trend report from the API is

API>>>>>REPORTS>>>>>>PREDEFINED>>>>>>RISK TREND

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No Risk Factor there, see below. But thanks anyway.

I see other people with similar questions which aren't answered. I'am beginning to think it's not possible to read the Risk Factor out.

<?xml version="1.0"?></entry></result></response><response code="19" status="success"><result count="1" total-count="1"><entry name="risk-trend"><description>Trend Reports</description><frequency>daily</frequency><period>last-7-calendar-days</period><delta>86400</delta><topn>50</topn><type><appstat><aggregate-by><member>slabbed-receive_time</member><member>risk</member></aggregate-by><values><member>nsess</member><member>nbytes</member></values><sortby>slabbed-receive_time</sortby></appstat></type><caption>Risk trend</caption>

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L3 Networker

I don't know how to get it via the API.  It doesn't appear to be in 'show system state' output, which can be a good source for stuff like this.

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I agree.  Getting the ACC Risk Factor via API should be do-able.  What's the deal?  How do we get this simple thing added?

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Nobody knows how to monitor Acc Risk Factor via SNMP MIB OID, I use PRTG tool.

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L1 Bithead

Sorry for hopping on an old thread...I am now looking to track the ACC Risk Factor via SNMP.

 

I worked with support and they said it is not possible to pull this info via SNMP:

 

The ACC risk is associated with APP ID for each application and will not be available through SNMP. 

The ACC risk calculation is a weighted calculation using session counts, byte counts and risk of the applications running through the device. 

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