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I would like to monitor the Cisco Nexus 1000v switches virtual interface using SNMP with MRTG server.
At present the virtual interfaces where the virtual machines are getting monitored are not being monitored by MRTG server.

Would like to know is there any way for the MRTG server to monitor the virtual interfaces of the Cisco Nexus 1000v for the bandwidth utilization.
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Here is a website that does this but they are using a sonicwall

The should get you started though

http://www.jayakumar.org/cisco/nexus-1000v-snmp/
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