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Hi,
 
I'm having an hard time configuring my Cisco Wireless Controller for monitoring. Nothing shows up in my Snapshot but SNMP is configured properly.
 
I tried downloading the mib but I don't seem to be able to find what I'm looking for on these mibs.  want to be able to monitor the CPU/memory utilisation and associated mobile users.

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gabrielme Moderator
Hi,

We could  not find any supported mibs for this 5508 WLC even from the cisco site. Please send us the SNMP walk output from that device. We will try to create a template for that device.

Gabriel
Team OpManager
 
How can I perform the snmpwalk on the device? I did not find that command in my OpManager server
there you go. If possible to get these results it would be great:

- CPU util
- Memory Util
- temperature
- Fan status
- associated mobile users
- Number of WAP detected

Thank you

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Hi,
 
This case was resolved? pls advise because i have the same problem with WLC series 2000.
 
Brgds.- Daniel
Nope! I provided everything needed but then nothing at all...
I'll send an email to support regarding that thread.
gabrielme Moderator
Sorry for the delay.

We will update you next week.

Gabriel
Team OpManager
Network Monitoring Software
gabrielme Moderator

I tried downloading the mib but I don't seem to be able to find what I'm looking for on these mibs.  want to be able to monitor the CPU/memory utilisation and associated mobile users.
 
Please upload all the mibs you got. We searched but couldn't get the exact links to download.

Gabriel
Team OpManager
Network Monitoring Software
They were the default Cisco mibs that comes with OpManager...
No one worked.
Hi, i also have tested with the last MIBs version ( 7.0) (MIBs_7.0.zip and Standards-MIBS-Cisco_7.0.zip) and never i didn´t make to work the CPU/Memory util dials.
Attached are all the Cisco Lightweight AP MIB's that should work for the 2100, 4400 and 5500 series Wireless Controllers.  I'm very interested in precisely the device template requested above in this thread.


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Hi,
 
I had the same problem, also i sent any emails to OpManager Support but without success. So i make a Controller template and used the followings OIDs / MIBs and CPU/Mem Util are working:

*         For CPU utilization:

agentCurrentCPUUtilization ......OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.1

http://tools.cisco.com/Support/SNMP/do/BrowseOID.do?local=en&translate=Translate&objectInput=1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.1

*         For memory utilization:

agentTotalMemory     total RAM in Kbytes.....OID: 1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.2

http://tools.cisco.com/Support/SNMP/do/BrowseOID.do?objectInput=1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.2&translate=Translate&submitValue=SUBMIT&submitClicked=true

agentFreeMemory      free RAM of in Kbytes ....OID: .3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.3

 http://tools.cisco.com/Support/SNMP/do/BrowseOID.do?objectInput=1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.3&translate=Translate&submitValue=SUBMIT&submitClicked=true

 
I hope that this help you, pls comment. If you get to work the AP number dial pls advise to dalejandro@desysweb.com
Yes,

I have this working as well.  I can't get connected clients or connected AP's, which is what I really want.
Hi,


Load the attached MIBs in your MIB browser, check whether the below OIDs are helpful.

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.1.0 -    CPU usage

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.2.0  -   Memory Free
 
.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.3.0 -   Memory Total

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.3.1.13.0 - Temperature

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.1.1.1.38 - Number Of MobileStations  currently associated with WLAN (Counter)

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.2.2.1.11 - Number of WLANs currently active on this AP interface

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.2.2.1.15 -  No of Users associated with this radio. (Counter)

If you get the reply for the above OIDs, send us the output . We will create a template and send it to you.


Thank you,
Chitra
OpManager Team

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Success! Everything works great! Here's the output in the MIB Browser:
 
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.28.23.211.253.236.64.0:-->3
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.28.23.211.253.236.64.1:-->0
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.28.23.211.253.237.112.0:-->1
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.28.23.211.253.237.112.1:-->4
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.33.110.0.0:-->0
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.33.110.0.1:-->0
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.33.188.112.0:-->3
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.33.188.112.1:-->0
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.109.161.48.0:-->0
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.109.161.48.1:-->0
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.157.160.48.0:-->1
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.157.160.48.1:-->1
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.196.5.160.0:-->4
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.196.5.160.1:-->1
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.196.45.0.0:-->3
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.196.45.0.1:-->2
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.196.73.224.0:-->1
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.196.73.224.1:-->4
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.196.74.64.0:-->5
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.196.74.64.1:-->3
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.196.103.0.0:-->5
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.168.177.212.196.103.0.1:-->2
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.128.192.0:-->2
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.128.192.1:-->1
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.139.16.0:-->3
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.139.16.1:-->4
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.147.16.0:-->1
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.147.16.1:-->2
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.149.208.0:-->2
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.149.208.1:-->1
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.157.208.0:-->1
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.157.208.1:-->3
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.158.0.0:-->2
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.158.0.1:-->0
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.159.32.0:-->1
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.172.160.22.187.159.32.1:-->0

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.28.23.211.253.236.64.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.28.23.211.253.236.64.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.28.23.211.253.237.112.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.28.23.211.253.237.112.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.33.110.0.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.33.110.0.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.33.188.112.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.33.188.112.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.109.161.48.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.109.161.48.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.157.160.48.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.157.160.48.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.196.5.160.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.196.5.160.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.196.45.0.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.196.45.0.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.196.73.224.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.196.73.224.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.196.74.64.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.196.74.64.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.196.103.0.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.168.177.212.196.103.0.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.128.192.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.128.192.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.139.16.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.139.16.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.147.16.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.147.16.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.149.208.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.149.208.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.157.208.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.157.208.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.158.0.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.158.0.1:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.159.32.0:-->5
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.172.160.22.187.159.32.1:-->5

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations.1:-->34
bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations.2:-->5
bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations.3:-->0
bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations.6:-->2
bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations.7:-->29

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
bsnSensorTemperature.0:-->37
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
agentFreeMemory.0:-->554220
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
agentTotalMemory.0:-->907872
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
agentCurrentCPUUtilization.0:-->0
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

I'll wait the template and thank you so much!
.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.1.0 -    CPU usage
agentCurrentCPUUtilization.0:-->0

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.2.0  -   Memory Free
agentFreeMemory.0:-->570028
 
.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.3.0 -   Memory Total
agentTotalMemory.0:-->1004708

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.3.1.13.0 - Temperature
bsnSensorTemperature.0:-->32

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.1.1.1.38 - Number Of MobileStations  currently associated with WLAN (Counter)
bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations.3:-->52
bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations.4:-->0
bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations.6:-->1
bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations.9:-->0
bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations.14:-->13 (The Sum of these values would be ideal for number of connected users)

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.2.2.1.11 - Number of WLANs currently active on this AP interface

bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.156.227.48.0:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.156.227.48.1:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.91.240.0:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.91.240.1:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.95.176.0:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.95.176.1:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.98.144.0:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.98.144.1:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.101.128.0:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.101.128.1:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.107.112.0:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.107.112.1:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.107.176.0:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.107.176.1:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.108.96.0:-->3
bsnAPIfNumberOfVaps.232.186.112.194.108.96.1:-->3 (This is incorrect.  I think this shows the number of SSID's per radio.  Each entry corresponds to an AP, either Radio0 or Radio1)


.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.2.2.1.15 -  No of Users associated with this radio. (Counter)
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.156.227.48.0:-->3
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.156.227.48.1:-->5
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.91.240.0:-->2
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.91.240.1:-->2
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.95.176.0:-->0
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.95.176.1:-->0
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.98.144.0:-->2
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.98.144.1:-->2
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.101.128.0:-->4
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.101.128.1:-->3
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.107.112.0:-->10
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.107.112.1:-->8
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.107.176.0:-->11
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.107.176.1:-->4
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.108.96.0:-->8
bsnApIfNoOfUsers.232.186.112.194.108.96.1:-->4 (this has 16 results.  I have 8AP's on this controller, and 2 radios per controller, which I think accounts the 16 returned rows.  I would be comfortable using 16 as the returned value for the # of AP's, but I daresay most people won't)





Excuse my impatience, but how is this template coming?  I'm quite anxious.  Thanks.

Hi ,
 
      We have created the template for Cisco WLC 5508  and  tested it in our environment. If you send your contact details to support at opmanger dot com, we will assist you in configuring the template in a remote session.


Chitra
OpManager Team

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Solarwinds has a better built in WLAN monitoring. When will OpManager support WLAN monitoring without creating a device template? Wireless network monitoring is huge need for most companies now. Our company would like to use OpManager but it doesn't really support wireless device automatically and thats the only drawback. WLAN monitoring is must now days.
gabrielme Moderator
Our next upgrade will have this WLC template.

Gabriel
Team OpManager
Network Monitoring Software
Is there already a template for the Cisco 4400 series Wireless Controllers?

Hi ,

      At present we have created template for Cisco WLC 5508 series only. Please check  the below OIDs are respond for your Cisco 4400 series. If it is respond, we will give you the template for 4400 series too.  Load the attached MIBs in your MIB browser, check the below OIDs and update to us.
 
      .1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.1.0 -    CPU usage
      .1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.2.0  -   Memory Free
      .1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.1.1.5.3.0 -   Memory Total
      .1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.3.1.13.0 - Temperature
                  
Chitra
OpManager Team


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Hello,

Since nobody seemed to respond to this topic about the 4400, I played around with it myself to verify.
The CPU, Memory, and Temperature OIDs from the 5508 template will work for the 4400. However, I was unable to get "NoOfMobileStations" and "Associated Mobile User(s)" to work correctly.

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.1.1.1.38 (bsnDot11EssNumberOfMobileStations) has 4 instances on my 4402, one for each of my "bsnDot11EssInterfaceName"s. Currently, their summation should be just under 40 (36 on the first interface, 3 on the third, none on the 2nd or 4th), but OpManager returns a value of either 0 or 4294967295. Any idea why? The template seems fine otherwise.

The Associated Mobile Users monitor does not seem compatible with the 4400. Instead, I tried to alter the template to return the number of users per Access Point, per radio (A sample output of this was already given above by optinf, using OID: .1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.2.2.1.15; bsnApIfNoOfUsers). In my case, however, half of the values returned by OpManager came out to be something like 4294967295, whereas the other half seem to report accurately. An snmpwalk from one of my Unix servers shows all of the numbers reporting correct values, so I'm wondering if this is related to how OpManager is configured to poll this data. I'm assuming this is related to the problem I'm having with the Number of Mobile Stations monitor. Any idea on how to resolve this?

Thank you for your input. This kind of capability will be a huge help to my monitoring environment.

-Christian
Hi Christian,

We've already responded to the topic about the 4400 in the same forum thread. We didnt find any special mibs for 4400 template and believe it should be the common MIB for all the cisco WLC device Types. Anyway, soon we will add a specific template for 4400 series also. 

"Associate Mobile stations" monitor showing 0 - This problem is due to the OID data type. It should be an Integer, but they MIB definition has marked it as a counter32(32 bit counter which grows) Type. For counter type, OpManager will compare difference between last polled and currently collected data. That is the reason why we received 0. However we found the solution for this case, a small tweak in the product which ideally should have been a change in the MIB definition..

Steps to fix this issue:

* Connect the OpManager DB. 
* Steps to connect the Mysql DB for Windows:
      * open the command prompt.
      * Go to bin folder of Mysql bundled with OpManager. 
                        Ex: cd "c:\ManageEngine\\OpManager\\mysql\\bin"
                      * Execute the following command 
                        mysql -u root -P 13306 OpManagerDB
                        
                        Note: By default OpManager uses port 13306 and database with name OpManagerDB. If you use a different port or DB name use that in command.

* Run the below queries:

                       1. update POLLDATATEMPLATE set SAVEABSOLUTES=1 where GRAPHID=(select GRAPHID from  GRAPHDETAILS where GRAPHNAME='CiscoWLCNoOfMobileStations');

                       2. update PolledData set SAVEABSOLUTES='true' where OID='.1.3.6.1.4.1.14179.2.1.1.1.38';
                  
            It should work fine hereafter. In case if you find any difficulties in this, Please send your contact details to support at opmanager dot com along with this forum post details. We will fix this issue over a remote desktop sharing session.



Chitra
OpManager Team
My version of OpManager uses pgsql -- what are the equivalent steps in order to resolve the same issue in regards  "Associate Mobile stations" monitor showing 0

I am trying to make this change but OpManager on my system is using PGSQL.  I can't seem to get access to the DB to make the above mention changes.  I have tried from the command prompt typing and below is what I get:

C:\ManageEngine\OpManager\pgsql\bin>psql OpManagerDB root
psql: could not connect to server: Connection refused (0x0000274D/10061)
        Is the server running on host "localhost" (::1) and accepting
        TCP/IP connections on port 5432?
could not connect to server: Connection refused (0x0000274D/10061)
        Is the server running on host "localhost" (127.0.0.1) and accepting
        TCP/IP connections on port 5432?


Need some help please.



Is the query the same if you use MS SQL?
Hi Chitra,

Thank you for your response. I apologize for reviving an old thread, I just did not initially see any others regarding the 4400. Next time I will be sure to look harder before asking.

Your solution to my issue worked perfectly. Thank you for that!

-Christian

Hi,

      Yes, you can use the same query for MS SQL also. 

Chitra
OpManager Team

Support Team, as I can see you doesn't include these changes into latest OpManager ;(

 

Also I see the following issue. We use Cisco 2504 controller. But it's the similar device as Cisco 5508 WLC.

2504 uses the same cisco mib file.

OpManager doesn't see vlans on the WLC interfaces. It seems these are not subinterfaces.

For example:

 

There is 5 vlans on Gi0/0/1 trunk port. If you need any snmpwalks, please let me know.

At the moment only one interface is up (ip 6.6.6.6). If I try to enable monitoring for all interfaces Gi0/0/1, there is the same Tx/Rx values for all interfaces Gi0/0/1-*.

 

Thanks