As I wrote in my previous article, Cisco ASR have a strange way of indexing its cbQos* tables, so I had to rewrite a parser following the MIB more closely. It is available as part of a bigger software part, originally written by Shane Scott, namely a QoS Zenpack for Zenoss. I adapted Shane’s work to work with Cisco ASR routers.
The ZenPack is available from my Github account. Meanwhile, here are two screenshots to show the resulting ZenPack at work, showing the class-map list and the traffic/drops of one interface.
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