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davidoff1 (TechnicalUser) (OP)
8 Sep 07 5:27

using SNMP or any other way, how can I determine how many users are connecting to a router at any one time?

lgarner (IS/IT--Management)
9 Sep 07 16:28
I can't tell you the SNMP OID, if there is one, but you can check the mac address table (or arp cache).  That will give you a list of MAC addresses that the router has recently seen.
satyabrata25 (Programmer)
18 Sep 07 9:07
amiak (Programmer)
15 Feb 08 8:54
you can use an expect script to grab the output of a


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