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enforcer 6100 question thruput, snmp, root access

Created: 08 Feb 2008 • Updated: 21 May 2010 | 3 comments
I have a few questions concerning the 6100 appliance,
 
Are they any thruput limitation or can this box handle full 1000mbps traffic.
 
Is there a way to monitor traffic, cpu, memory etc, via SNMP?
 
is there a way to obtain root access or file system access to the server to manually config snmp in linux?
 
What are the pros and cons of failover vs failopen, I know you can not run both together at the same time.
 
 
Thanks,
Jeff
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R. Langston's picture

Jeff-

The appliance forwards traffic at nearly 1 gigabite line rate - over 930Mb/second - for most traffic patterns.

The next version will send SNMP traps for system  events like those you listed.

There is a way to enter the linux shell, but it's only for use with tech support

Lastly, failopen provides a simple way to keep the network up and running when there is a hardware or software problem with the appliance.  It will keep traffic flowing even if the appliance is powered down.  However, no NAC functionality will be performed.

harrjd's picture

By next version where you referring to mr2 or mr3 or 12.x?

 

Thanks for the information.

 

"The next version will send SNMP traps for system  events like those you listed"