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Network-adapter throughput
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Hello,

I want to see the network-adapter throughput of a Windows server. So I added an SNMP module NIC #1 inOctects (shouldn´t it be called inOctets?) but when I did a test file transfer the value shown was too low. It was about 10000 Bytes... per what... per second? Doesn´t seem right... or am I doing something wrong?

kind regards, Peter
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#2
Solved ;-) I found out that NIC #1 is the Loopback. Via SNMP-Walk I realised that NIC #65539 is my LAN... so I added the 65539 to the end of the SNMP OID.
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#3
Wow, that's the magic of windows, nic 65539???? :-DD

Try WMI, for windows, it's much better than SNMP.

(02-16-2010, 10:40 AM)JPSelter link Wrote: Solved ;-) I found out that NIC #1 is the Loopback. Via SNMP-Walk I realised that NIC #65539 is my LAN... so I added the 65539 to the end of the SNMP OID.
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