How can I find serial number for ProCurve Switches thru SNMP (3813 Views)
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Vikas Khator
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How can I find serial number for ProCurve Switches thru SNMP

Hi All,

Here's the sysDescr.0 for the device
HP J4121A ProCurve Switch 4000M, revision C.09.19

Is there a way to find out the serial number for this device ?

Is there a matirx available that tells me which switches support IPv6 or not ?

TIA,
Vikas
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Stuart Teo
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Re: How can I find serial number for ProCurve Switches thru SNMP

vikas,

the 4000 is a L2 switch so it will switch any ethernet frame whether it's encapsulating a ipv6 or ipv4 packet. so the answer is yes, you may use the 4000 in a ipv6 network.
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Manfred Arndt
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Re: How can I find serial number for ProCurve Switches thru SNMP

Hi Vikas,

You can get the serial number using SNMP. Here is the private MIB OID:

iso(1).org(3).dod(6).internet(1).private(4).enterprises(1).hp(11).nm(2).hpWebMgmt(36).hpHttpMgMod(1).hpHttpMgObjects(1).hpHttpMgNetCitizen(2).hpHttpMgSerialNumber(9)

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