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Watchguard SMNP OID value

Posted on 2014-04-08
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Hey Experts,
So i am struggling with this and it it is most likely due to my lack of knowledge of the subject.
I have wrote in the past a mini script that pulled values from snmp on printers with page counts, OID value that i needed was easy to find just by searching for the current count.  Not that easy on the WG since bandwidth is constantly going up and down.
I am trying to modify my script to pull bandwidth values from a watchguard.  Upload and Download bandwidth speeds on a WAN interface. I've done a smnpwalk and have a list a mile long of values and data but unsure which ones pertain to interface speeds....

I've been unable to locate online a list of the specific values online.  Does such a list exist?  Does anyone know how to pick apart the list from snmpwalk to get what i am looking for?

I have attached the snmpwalk if anyone cares to take a look.

Thanks
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snmp does not provide values for instantaneous traffic, but you'll find counters and tools such as cacti are able to build graphs using those counters
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