exos snmp oid to set port speed


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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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/...
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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Roland Dal wrote:

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

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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