Provision of Statistics and Traps via SNMP Performance Statistics via the WMI Interface
Performance Statistics via the WMI Interface
SwyxWare provides what are known as performance counters via the Windows WMI interface. Currently, the following counters are available:
* "Active Calls"
* "Active External Calls"
* "Active Internal Calls"
* "Calls"
* "Logged-in users"
* "SwyxIt!"
* "Conference Devices"
* "SwyxPhones"
* "H323 devices"
* "SIP devices"
* "Running Scripts"
* "Executed Scripts"
* "Scrip load time"
* "% script file cache hits"
* "% script file cache misses"
* "Script file cache size"
* "Gateway trunks"
* "Link trunks"
* "Trunks"
* "Client devices"
* "Workitem queue length"
* "Number of subscriptions"
* "Rejected registrations"
* "Rejected subscribtions"
* "Rejected calls"
* "Licenced users"
* "Licenced channels"
* "PBX config objects"
* "PBX config user objects"
* "PBX config status objects"
* "Script devices"
* "PBX script objects"
* "PBX script user objects"
* "PBX script call objects"
SwyxWare Trunk
* "Active Trunk Calls"
* "Trunk Calls"
* "% Channels used"
* "Trunk registered at server"
* "Active Trunk Calls Inbound"
* "Active Trunk Calls Outbound"
SwyxWare Location
* "Inter Location Call Limit"
* "Inter Location Calls"
SwyxWare Diagnostics
"Objects"These counters can also be read via SNMP READ ( SNMP READ).
How to query performance counters
1 In the command line, call the "Perfmon" Windows program.
2 The “Performance” window will appear
3 Click on the diagram (right-hand side of window) with the right mouse button and select "Add Counters...".
4 Select SwyxServer in the "Performance object" dropdown list and add the required counter.
The selected counters are added.