Are there OIDs to monitor all stack nodes of a Summit stack xith X440-G2?


Hi Extreme community,I try to monitor a Summit Stack contaning 4 nodes. All nodes are X440-G2 switches. The monitoring sytem can either use SNMP or SHH CLI commands to gather informations. My problem is that I like to get informations about the status of each node, not only the master. Any ideas how to realise that?Thanks for your help!
Best regards,Marco

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Yes. There is a MIB called "EXTREME-STACKING-MIB.mib"
With this MIB you can get the stacking member OperStatus.
Micha Schoenenberger wrote:

Yes. There is a MIB called "EXTREME-STACKING-MIB.mib"
With this MIB you can get the stacking member OperStatus.

Perfect, thank you! That was the hint I needed 😉
It should be this file: http://www.circitor.fr/Mibs/Mib/E/EXTREME-STACKING-MIB.mib
But best is, if you download it direct from the Extreme Website.

Micha Schoenenberger wrote:

It should be this file: http://www.circitor.fr/Mibs/Mib/E/EXTREME-STACKING-MIB.mib
But best is, if you download it direct from the Extreme Website.

Just downloaded the MIBs for the XOS version I am using.
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Hello, all!

Tell me please, what kind of graphical MIB interpreter do you use?
For not so long to look for the right OID

Asking Partners which isn't use ExtremeManagement )

Thank you!
Alexandr P wrote:

Hello, all!

Tell me please, what kind of graphical MIB interpreter do you use?
For not so long to look for the right OID

Asking Partners which isn't use ExtremeManagement )

Thank you!

I use the iReasoning MIB Browser and a tool called Paessler SNMP Tester. Both work fine and are freeware.
Userlevel 6
Alexandr P wrote:

Hello, all!

Tell me please, what kind of graphical MIB interpreter do you use?
For not so long to look for the right OID

Asking Partners which isn't use ExtremeManagement )

Thank you!

Thank you!
Alexandr P wrote:

Hello, all!

Tell me please, what kind of graphical MIB interpreter do you use?
For not so long to look for the right OID

Asking Partners which isn't use ExtremeManagement )

Thank you!

I use the SNMP Tester from Paessler. It is free and works fine.
With large request (walks) it can hang. But normally perfect.

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