SNMP OID Interface Throughput per Interface

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SNMP OID Interface Throughput per Interface

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SNMP Nagios OID interface Interface Throughput per Interface


Hello good afternoon, first of all thanks for your collaboration.


I have a question, can someone tell me, the exact data of the OID or to build the troughput detail, to monitor the "throughput" of each of the interfaces and if you can also get the Global detail of the total throughput of the entire Palo Alto, but what interests me most is to know how to get the one that corresponds to each interface.


I have this detail but I do not know exactly which OID is focused on what I am talking about the interface throughput.

For example the throughput that indicates at the Global level the CLI command "show system statistics session"
Packet rate : 1146/s
""Throughput"" : 3051 Kbps
Total active sessions : 2314 Or using the command "show system state browser" Shift + L port_stats similar but focused on the ""Throughput"".


The idea is to obtain the Throughput, for example every 5 or 10 seconds, that each interface that is monitored is having the use of Throughput.

The objective is to be able to monitor and review the total and real traffic that is passing through the most critical interfaces of Palo Alto Networks.


Thank you, I remain attentive


Best regards

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Hi @Metgatz 


Here is a discussion regarding a similar question. 

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