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Create a graph for SIP call progress and missing OIDs

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Updated June 16, 2017


This article describes how to create a graph or chart for SIP call progress and missing OIDs.


  • NPM 11.5 and later
  • Cisco IOS 15.1 (4) M5
  • Cisco endpoint devices


  1. Gather the data using SNMP Walk from the Cisco device by sending the Flashpaste template.
  2. Monitor the SIP call progress using the following OIDs:
    • – Active calls in
    • – Active calls out
  3. Verify that the above OIDs exists in the data gathered from the SNMP Walk.
  4. Use the SolarWinds UnDP MIB browser to search the OIDs and confirm that they are supported.
  5. Create a custom polling engine and then monitor the custom statistics based on MIBs and OIDs with Universal Device Pollers.

If the OIDs are not supported, report the issue on a THWACK forum or contact SolarWinds Support.

See SNMP OID value to get the active calls on SIP trunk (© 2017 Cisco, available at, obtained on June 15, 2017.) for more information.


Disclaimer: Please note, any content posted herein is provided as a suggestion or recommendation to you for your internal use. This is not part of the SolarWinds software or documentation that you purchased from SolarWinds, and the information set forth herein may come from third parties. Your organization should internally review and assess to what extent, if any, such custom scripts or recommendations will be incorporated into your environment.  You elect to use third party content at your own risk, and you will be solely responsible for the incorporation of the same, if any.


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