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Cisco FTD interfaces monitoring

IamSamSaul
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Hello Team, 

 

I got two Cisco FTDs being managed by Cisco FMC. I'm looking for a way to monitor the interfaces (inside and outside) of both FTDs when there is change in their status i.e. Up, Down, when there is no traffic passing through them etc. 

 

I have installed a free version of Kiwi Syslog and configured SNMP in FMC under platform settings but unfortunately I'm not receiving any data on Syslog server. Am I missing something? Or maybe there are other ways to achieve this.

 

Thanks & Regards, 

 

Sam

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Rob Ingram
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@IamSamSaul well SNMP is what you need to monitor the device and get interface information. You wouldn't use a SYSLOG server when using SNMP for monitoring, you need an NMS that supports SNMP, such as PRTG or Solarwinds

 

Platform Settings is the correct place to configure SNMP settings.

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Rob Ingram
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@IamSamSaul well SNMP is what you need to monitor the device and get interface information. You wouldn't use a SYSLOG server when using SNMP for monitoring, you need an NMS that supports SNMP, such as PRTG or Solarwinds

 

Platform Settings is the correct place to configure SNMP settings.

Thanks Rob for your reply. I'll install a trail version of PRTG (free for 100 sensors) and see I can get it working. 

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