I have set up a database to collect desired information from Cisco prime for a long period of time.
One example would be to gather interface statistics on all of our switches and then compare if anything has changed since before.
Reason why I would want this is that as many others, we're in the process of going more towards Wifi than cables.
Many of the switches we replace have less and less used physical ports, and more wifi ports.
It would be easy if I could just collect interface statistics, and to store that in my database to see when an interface statistic has changed, to see if this port is actually active or not, without storing too much data.
We have 40 000 + clients, storing active interface statistics on all ports is not an option, I am merely interested in when the last change has occured.
I have looked through Cisco Prime RAPI Documentation, and tried a few queries.
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