interface_traffic (Interface Traffic Monitoring) - no longer supported

The Interface Traffic Monitoring (interface_traffic) probe monitors the network traffic on the SNMP agents using standard MIB-II queries. The probe can monitor one or more interfaces for traffic congestion and inactive interfaces. To get the interface traffic data, the probe queries the SNMP agent on the defined host, using a combination of SNMPGet requests at predefined intervals. This period is calculated as the interval * number of samples. The probe reports when the traffic breaches a predefined threshold. It also supports Quality of Service (QoS) messages for the Service Level Agreement (SLA) family. The network interface can be monitored on a Windows or UNIX systems, or router or switch.
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This probe is no longer supported as of October 1, 2017. This probe is replaced by the snmpcollector probe.
The Interface Traffic Monitoring (interface_traffic) probe monitors the network traffic on the SNMP agents using standard MIB-II queries. The probe can monitor one or more interfaces for traffic congestion and inactive interfaces. To get the interface traffic data, the probe queries the SNMP agent on the defined host, using a combination of SNMPGet requests at predefined intervals. This period is calculated as the 
interval * number of samples
. The probe reports when the traffic breaches a predefined threshold. It also supports Quality of Service (QoS) messages for the Service Level Agreement (SLA) family. The network interface can be monitored on a Windows or UNIX systems, or router or switch.
Probes that support SNMP on Linux (interface_traffic, snmptd, and snmpget) use an SNMP library. This library can cause newer Linux systems to issue the following message on the Linux console log:
process ‘interface_traff’ is using obsolete setsockopt SO_BSDCOMPAT
The SNMP library supports older versions of glibc which require the flag for sockets to work correctly. The network portion of the glibc library sends this message. The message shows that an unsupported flag is being sent to the setsockopt function. The library ignores this flag, so you can also ignore it.