Cisco monitored by LogicMonitor

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DATA S H E E T
Cisco monitored by LogicMonitor
With LogicMonitor you can monitor all of your Cisco equipment in the same platform as your other IT infrastructure — including
on-premise, cloud and hybrid infrastructure — allowing you to react to incidents more quickly and easily correlate performance
data across multiple systems to simplify root-cause analysis.
Some key elements of Cisco automatically monitored by LogicMonitor include:
Cisco
Cisco Unified Communications Manager
(CallManager)
Cluster status
• CTI Device registration status
• Gateway Registration status
• Media Device status
• Number of registered phones
• Number of registered gateways
• CPU process time
• Process memory
• Process state
Cisco WAN transport flow optimization
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Active TCP Connections
• All Connections
• Connection Rate
• Optimization Usage
Cisco Switches and Routers
• Port Status
• Power Budget
• Stack State
• Switch Role
• IP SLA HTTP body size
• IP SLA HTTP RTT
• IP SLA Page Download Rate
Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS)
Application Optimizers
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Active Connections
• Connections Per Second
• Percent Usage
• Operational Status
Cisco UCM Voice Mail Devices
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Device Registration Status
Cisco DSP Card
• Utilization
• Status
Integrated Data Service Unit/Channel Service Unit
devices
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DSU/CSU Status
Cisco devices:
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Fan Status
Memory Pool Usage
Power Supply Status
Temperature Sensor Status
Cisco QOS
• Bytes per Second per instance
• Packets per instance
Cisco CallManager Processes for
Windows machines:
• CPU
• Instance Data Throughput
• Process Memory
• Thread count
Cisco SLA ICMP Echo statistics:
Round Trip Time
• One way Trip Time
• Timeout status
• Jitter
• Packet Loss
Cisco ASA devices:
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Connections
• IP Sec Tunnels
• Sessions/users
• Tunnel traffic
Cisco Dot11 Radio Associated Clients:
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Number of associated wireless clients
Analog calls coming overCisco C3600
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Family Platforms:
Active DS0s
• ISDN, Channelized T1 and Channelized E1
Cisco Advanced Inspection and
Prevention Security Services Module:
Memory Pool Usage (free/used)
Monitors Cisco SLA ICPIF:
• Jitter Monitoring
• Loss per instance
• MOS score per instance
• Round Trip Time
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Cisco SLA UDP Echo:
Timeout status for instance
• RTT for instance
Cisco Wireless Access Points:
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Operational Status
Admin Status
*For certain devices you can monitor more than what is listed.
!
DATA S H E E T
Cisco monitored by LogicMonitor
With LogicMonitor you can monitor all of your Cisco equipment in the same platform as your other IT infrastructure — including
on-premise, cloud and hybrid infrastructure — allowing you to react to incidents more quickly and easily correlate performance
data across multiple systems to simplify root-cause analysis.
Some key elements of Cisco automatically monitored by LogicMonitor include:
Cisco
Cisco IPSec Tunnel:
Bandwidth
• Packets In/OutAge of snapshots
Cisco Wireless LAN Controller (WLC)
devices:
• CPU Usage
• Memory Usage
• Temperature
Cisco Content Services Switches:
• CPU
• Memory
• Free Space Disks 0 and 1
• DoS – Active Flows, Flow Rates, Attacks
• Connections (drops, hits and rejects)
• Throughput
• Average Load
• Response Time
• Service State
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Cisco ESS (WLAN) Wireless Access Controllers:
Associated Mobile Stations
• Status
Cisco Access Point Radio Module:
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Admin Status
• Channel Utilization
• Client Count
• Operational Status
• Status
• Utilization
Cisco Wired Access Points:
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Drops/Errors
Packets
Throughput
Rogue Client Count
Rogue Access by State
Rogue Count
*For certain devices you can monitor more than what is listed.