Does anyone know to extract information from the WAE's, other then through the awful WAAS manager GUI?
I'm in particular interrested in extracting the content of "sh stat con | in Active". I would prefer SNMP since our management and alarm server obviously supports this, but I haven't been able to find any OID that fits the content of "sh stat con | in Active".
The reason for all this is to have a easy readable output on the question; How loaded was the WAE on site A two Wednesdays ago at 14:00?
If I can start answering that question in a numerical value, it will make it alot easier convincing the people with the money that we need upgrading.
Particular if I make it into a graph or piechart :-)
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