exos snmp oid to set port speed

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I want to change the port speed by SNMP. I have a X440 series switch with EXOS operating system. Can somebody tell which oid I need to use?

Thanks Roland Dal
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Ron Huygens, Employee

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As per EXOS concepts guide, the OID (ifMauAutoNegAdminStatus) which is part of the ifMauAutoNegTable is mentioned as not supported for SNMP “SET” operations.

https://documentation.extremenetworks.com/exos_22.2/exos_21_1/configuration_management_enhancements/...
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Ok that's clear.

Is there a Rest API (Perl / Python) available to manipulate the switch settings? If yes where can I found the information? (Sorry I am a new user)

Thanks for the help.
Roland Dal
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Tomasz

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You can use SNMP manager (that is one of Extreme Management Center imminent features, or some standalone thing to modify MIB content on a device), or you can try CLI/TCL scripts (that will be put manually through SSH or via NMS software like XMC), or Python scripts (that can be put and executed on EXOS as a one shot or as a process), or JSONRPC, or (quite fresh - since 22.4) RESTCONF (kinda similar to NETCONF, there is YANG model etc.). You might find this useful: https://api.extremenetworks.com/

Regards,
Tomasz
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