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VX9000 - SNMP offline devices

VX9000 - SNMP offline devices

Bram_Assendorp
New Contributor
Is it possible to get the amount of offline devices on a VX9000 through SNMPv2 ?
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Bram_Assendorp
New Contributor
That was what I was looking for, thnx.

Vedran_Jurak
New Contributor II
You can also use the following OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.388.50.1.4.1.14.2.0

RobertZ
Valued Contributor
you should be able to with the below mib for 'Off line Device count '

-- 1.3.6.1.4.1.388.50.1.4.1.14.2
wingStatsNocDevOffLineInfoCount OBJECT-TYPE
SYNTAX Unsigned32
MAX-ACCESS read-only
STATUS current
DESCRIPTION
"Off line Device count

XPath: /wing-stats/noc/device-offline-list/count"
::= { wingStatsNocDevOffLineInfo 2 }

aholden
New Contributor III
you can use the "DEVICE OFF LINE" alert from the EVENT POLICY

Ability to track devices that are un-adopted for a specified duration of time (user configurable) and raise an event or snmp trap. This feature allows monitoring systems to subscribe to this event instead of device un-adoption. This event can be viewed under “show event-history” (or) can be forwarded to syslog or snmp manager as a trap like any other event. (no additional configuration required other than regular configuration to enable the syslog or snmp traps).



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