Jun 20 2012

Cisco router temperature monitoring on Ubuntu 12 running Cacti

1. Download and unzip archive : cisco_envmon_temperature.zip
You will get 3 xml files :

  • a data query template
  • a graph template
  • SNMP script

2. Import data query template : cacti_data_query_cisco_envmon_temperature.xml
3. Import graph template : cacti_graph_template_cisco_envmon_temperature.xml
4. Copy script cisco_envmon_temp.xml in Cacti resources directory : /usr/share/cacti/resource/snmp_queries in my case and set the same permissions the other scripts have
5. Add a new device in Cacti interface (in case you don’t already monitor the Cisco router for other parameters).
6. Create graph : Cisco EnvMon Temperature

Tested on Ubuntu 12.04 x64 with Cacti 0.8.7i with Cisco 3650 router


  1. charana

    I want how to add Cisco router temperature monitoring on Ubuntu 12 running Cacti instalation steps
    plz reply soon

  2. Alex

    Thanks a lot ! I tried this on CentOS 6 and it’s works !

  3. Andres Bermudez

    It’s work! On Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS and CACTI Version 1.1.38. Thank you very much! Greetings from Colombia.

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