Hello, please tell me OID SNMPv2c to parameter show man > ssh acces. ExtremeXOS version 15.7.1.4

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Henrique, Employee

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Hello,

What information are you trying to get through SNMP?

If you are referring to "show management (show man)" output, there are many information displayed by that command.

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Hello,

EXOS has an OID to check whether a SSH module is installed or not but it does not indicate the enabling status of it.

        extremeImageSshCapability   OBJECT-TYPE
                SYNTAX  INTEGER {
                       unknown(0),
                       nossh(1),
                       ssh(2)
                      }
                MAX-ACCESS  read-only
                STATUS current
                DESCRIPTION
                "Indicates whether image has ssh capability."
                ::= { extremeImageFeatureEntry 2 }

As Henrique has already mentioned, you can check it by the CLI command itself.

Thanks.
Thanks for the answers, you need to check this option: 
print command sh man
SSH access                       : Enabled (Key valid, tcp port 22 vr all)                                
                                          : Access     Profile : ******
must be checked  in zabbiks Access Profile .
there is a problem with reset to default SSH Access.
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I am not sure that I get it right but your point is that you can't remove the access profile because it's hidden. Right?
No, must be check status Access Profile. 
for example: Access Profile: mgm1
I need to check that  mgm1   is not changed
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If it's the case, I don't think you can check the name of SSH access profile by an OID.
I think you'd better to use CLI to gather the information.

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Prashanth KG, Employee

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Hi,

As Mark explained, following OID value would be providing information if the SSH2 module is installed or not.

.1.3.6.1.4.1.1916.1.1.1.35.1.2

This will not share the information if SSH access is enabled or not.
We have the CLI command, "show management" to provide this requested information.

Hope this helps!