VLAN Utilization Graphing via SNMP

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Hi !
I am using s3 chassis with   is posible to graph utilization in a interface vlan ?

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If you wish to monitor MIB-II information about a vlan you can create a MIB-II mapping for it and use that in your management application.  Some syntax for doing this follows:


set vlan interface
    Use this command to create, disable or enables a MIB‐II interface mapping to a VLAN.
Syntax
set vlan interface vlan-list {create | disable | enable} [volatile]
Parameters
    vlan‐list Specifies the VLAN(s) for which a MIB‐II interface entry will be created,
disabled or enabled.
create | disable |enable
Creates, disables or enables an interface entry.
volatile (Optional) When the create keyword is used, stores the entry as a
volatile entry. Volatile entries are lost when a system is reset.
Non‐volatile entries are saved in NVRAM and are persistent until
cleared.
Defaults
    If volatile is not specified, entries will be created as nonvolatile.
Mode
    All command modes.
Usage
    This command results in the creation of a VTAP port. A VTAP port provides the data source input
    of a port mirror or SMON statistics collection. VTAP creation is the mechanism for adding a
MIB‐II interface table entry for a VLAN. The specified VLAN is assigned a MIB‐II ifIndex. A
    VLAN will not have a MIB‐II ifIndex if a VTAP port does not exist for it. You must first create a
    VTAP port before creating a port mirror.
Example
    This example shows how to create a non‐volatile MIB‐II interface entry mapped to VLAN 1:
    System(rw)->set vlan interface 1 create
    System(rw)->show vlan interface 1
    VLAN MIB-II Interfaces
    Max Interfaces : 16
    Current Interfaces : 1
    VLAN Port Storage Type
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1 vtap.0.1 non-volatile
    System(rw)->