My client actively uses SNMP to monitor and collect needed information from standalone APs.
He wants to get sent and received traffic information from Ethernet port on AP via SNMP.
Second question how to get RSSI levels of connected client (dedicated for 2.4 and 5Ghc clients) via SNMP?
Which OIDs should be used for it?
This is a frequently asked question w/ no reply? That's odd.
I think these answers are in the ruckus documentation.
To answer your second question first:
It's a script that should show you what clients are connected to each of your APs.
If you invoke it like this:
./getruckus --client 84:51:81:A0:8E:31 --controller 192.168.1.99
Where the "client" is the mac address of a wifi client and is the IP address of your controller, you should get all the per-client SNMP data that's described in the docs.
Unfortunately, the "RSSI" field does not contain "RSSI" data.
Instead, what it contains is signal-to-noise ratio data, which can be useful and hopefully works for you but doesn't solve all problems.
This is especially a problem if geo-location is what you're after.
You should complain to your ruckus tech-support guy about that.
Ask to file a feature request. They'll probably tell you they're working on geo-location stuff.
(last I checked, it was advertized on their home-page but not actually available)
But I did spend *some* time on that ZoneDirector SNMP Guide.
I don't know if the info is identical. (hopefully similar)
If those docs *are* identical then this (below) *may* help:
Please note: These are some old notes of mine that were made in a rush.
I reserve the right to be wrong about any of the below info.
If you're concerned about it you should verify everything against the docs and against your own experience.