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basdejongg
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Registered: ‎02-22-2013
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monitoring hardware with snmp (p4500)

hello all,

i am trying to monitor hardware from my p4500 with snmp get.

some functions i managed to find, the following functions i could not find.

is there anyone who can help me find OID's ??

 

Disk status(each disk seperate) - -  Failed or OK

network status -- Linked or not

network status -- current speed

network status -- dubplex full or half

network status -- bandwidth

Volume -- IO latency

Volume -- throughput

Volume -- Free space

 

With friendly greets

Bas de Jong

bas@dejong.pro

 

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Gediminas Vilutis
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Registered: ‎02-23-2011
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Re: monitoring hardware with snmp (p4500)

What monitoring system are you using?

 

Gediminas

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basdejongg
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Re: monitoring hardware with snmp (p4500)

Hello, 

 

sorry for the delay.

 

i am using frameflow / tembria.

 

it can monitor on OID's 

 

i got some monitoris working, and also from other devices such as UPS systems, Nas systems.

 

 

could u help me??

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Gediminas Vilutis
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Re: monitoring hardware with snmp (p4500)

For LH specific oids you can check HP document - http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01750818.pdf

But keep in mind - table at the end of document is not correct, always check MIB file for correct values.

 

Gediminas

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basdejongg
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Re: monitoring hardware with snmp (p4500)

When I scan the device, I cannot see any oid's for the lefthand part, its like, it is not there.

 

Now I read somewhere that I have to add the mib's to a specific folder on the root of the p4500.

the only problem is, that  I have no idea how to do this,

can I log into it with scp  as root or???

 

With friendly Greets

Bas

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ryan_1212
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Registered: ‎02-07-2012
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Re: monitoring hardware with snmp (p4500)

Do not have to configure anything on the nodes themselves, except in the CMC you have to turn on a community string, etc so it can authenticate to read values.

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Emilo
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Registered: ‎07-27-2011
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Re: monitoring hardware with snmp (p4500)

When you install the CMC software make sure you do a complete install not typical it should install all the agents then.

 

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