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Alert/email me when my wireless bandwidth is low or dropped

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is there a way to monitor or email me when my wireless is low or it dropped? i have a Cisco wireless controller 2504. sometimes our bandwidth drops and people start reporting the issue. i would like if IT would see the issue before users report
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Bandwidth to WAN ? Internet access is slow?

Do you have a software like SCOM/Nagios which can process SNMP data from this device? Also this device does seem to have some alerts/monitors inbuilt.
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i am working with setting up a PRTG
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