SNMP for LAG bandwidth

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Hello, all!

I need to monitor bandwidth of LAG port with SNMP.
As I understand for now there is no any OID's for this
In EXOS there is only few OID's - https://gtacknowledge.extremenetworks.com/articles/Q_A/Standard-MIB-doesn-t-support-LAG-Ports-on-Ext...

Can we have some workaround?
For example, may be make some counter and give information with SNMP.
Or take script "LAGutil" from here - https://github.com/extremenetworks/ExtremeScripting/blob/master/EXOS/Python/README.md
and give information with SNMP.

Any ideas?

May be for now exist FR for this?

Thank you!
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May be some-body have an experience with Cacti and this task?
May be Cacti have some plugin to summarize the bandwidth of the ports, LAG members?

Thank you!
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Jarek

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Hi,

please see 'aggregate plugin' in cacti, maybe this will help you.

https://docs.cacti.net/plugin:aggregate
https://docs.cacti.net/_media/plugin:aggregate_manual_v075.pdf

You can also create a script that will generate for example a STACK graph, etc..

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Thank you, Jarek!