OIDs for RF Quality Index

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Hello -

I'd like to track the RF Quality Index of my entire WiNG (VX9000) system and the same index per each RF Domain.  Is there an OID in the WiNG MIBs for this?

Thanks!
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I found these:

-- 1.3.6.1.4.1.388.50.1.4.3.2.6.1.1.19
wingStatsRfdWlClientStatDetailQIndex OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Integer32
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"RF quality Index

Measure the quality of the medium in percentage. It is a function of average retries and error rate. Its range is from 0-100. Typically:
  -1: no data available ( e.g. radio is not in wlan operation mode )
  0-20: very poor quality
  20-40: poor quality
  40-60: average quality
  60-100: good quality

XPath: /wing-stats/rf_domain[name=key1]/wireless/client-stats-details[mac=key2]/q_index"
::= { wingStatsRfdWlClientStatDetailEntry 19 }



-- 1.3.6.1.4.1.388.50.1.4.3.2.5.1.1.20
wingStatsRfdWlClientStatQIndex OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Integer32
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"RF quality Index

Measure the quality of the medium in percentage. It is a function of average retries and error rate. Its range is from 0-100. Typically:
  -1: no data available ( e.g. radio is not in wlan operation mode )
  0-20: very poor quality
  20-40: poor quality
  40-60: average quality
  60-100: good quality

XPath: /wing-stats/rf_domain[name=key1]/wireless/client-stats[mac=key2]/q_index"
::= { wingStatsRfdWlClientStatEntry 20 }



-- 1.3.6.1.4.1.388.50.1.4.2.25.10.1.1.21
wingStatsDevWlRadioStatQIndex OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Integer32
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"RF quality Index

Measure the quality of the medium in percentage. It is a function of average retries and error rate. Its range is from 0-100. Typically:

  -1: no data available ( e.g. radio is not in wlan operation mode )
  0-20: very poor quality
  20-40: poor quality
  40-60: average quality
  60-100: good quality

XPath: /wing-stats/device[mac=key1]/wireless/radio-stats[radio_id=key2]/q_index"
::= { wingStatsDevWlRadioStatEntry 21 }



-- 1.3.6.1.4.1.388.50.1.4.3.2.9.1.1.21
wingStatsRfdWlRadioStatQIndex OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Integer32
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"RF quality Index

Measure the quality of the medium in percentage. It is a function of average retries and error rate. Its range is from 0-100. Typically:
  -1: no data available ( e.g. radio is not in wlan operation mode )
  0-20: very poor quality
  20-40: poor quality
  40-60: average quality
  60-100: good quality

XPath: /wing-stats/rf_domain[name=key1]/wireless/radio-stats[radio_id=key2]/q_index"
::= { wingStatsRfdWlRadioStatEntry 21 }
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Thank you.

That brought back an index per client.  But what I'm really looking to keep track of (for history/trending purposes) is the over RF Quality Index of either the entire system or on a per RF Domain basis....much like below.  A single digit score per RF Domain.



Thanks!
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I would recommend testing NSight, it is what the NSight was designed for.  

https://documentation.extremenetworks.com/WiNG/5.9.0/9035124_NSight_5_9_UG.pdf