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TP-LINK Switches: Network Interfaces
Distribution official part of Check_MK
License GPL
Supported Agents SNMP
This check is almost identical to if64. It additionally uses the OID . to obtain meaningful interfaces aliases and only uses ifAlias as a fallback. Please refer to if64 for the complete manual page.


There are three allowed ways to specify an interface: its index {ifIndex}, its description {ifDescr} and its alias, which is fetched from the OID mentioned above if available. Otherwise, {ifAlias} is used as a fallback.


One service is created for each interface that fulfills configurable conditions (rule "Network interface and switch port discovery"). By default, these are interfaces which are currently found {up} and are of type 6, 32, 62, 117, 127, 128, 129, 180, 181, 182, 205 or 229. {Grouping:} In some situations, you do not want to monitor a single interface but a group of interfaces that together form a pool. This check supports such pools by defining groups. The data of all members is accumulated and put together in a single grouped interface service.