How can you monitor a change in redundancy state on CSS

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Aug 16th, 2007
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Is there an OID in the CSS MIB that would tell you if a box has changed from standby for VRRP to active?

Correct Answer by Gilles Dufour about 9 years 9 months ago

I guess what you want is this :


apIpv4RedundancyVRStateChanges



ApIpv4RedundancyVRConfigEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

apIpv4RedundancyVRIntAddr IpAddress,

apIpv4RedundancyVRID Integer32,

apIpv4RedundancyConfigPriority Integer32,

apIpv4RedundancyAdPriority Integer32,

apIpv4RedundancyName SnmpAdminString,

apIpv4RedundancyVRPreempt INTEGER,

apIpv4RedundancyVRState INTEGER,

apIpv4RedundancyVRMasterIP IpAddress,

apIpv4RedundancyVRLastChange SnmpAdminString,

apIpv4RedundancyVRStateChanges Counter32,

apIpv4RedundancyVRStatus RowStatus,

apIpv4RedundancyVRZeroButton INTEGER,

apIpv4RedundancyVROperState INTEGER,

apIpv4RedundancyVRFailReason INTEGER

}


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dsweeny Wed, 08/22/2007 - 14:25
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To display CSS-to-CSS redundancy, use the show redundancy command.

For example:

(config)# show redundancy

When redundancy is not configured, the CSS displays the following status:

(config)# show redundancy

Redundancy: Disabled Redundancy Protocol: Not Runninghttp://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/app_ntwk_services/data_center_app_services/css11500series/v7.30/configuration/redundancy/guide/Redndncy.html


mmedwid Wed, 08/22/2007 - 23:30
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Thanks for the reply. We have a monitoring system that relies on snmp. Is there nothing within the CSS MIB that would indicate a change in state? Thanks.

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Gilles Dufour Thu, 08/23/2007 - 00:47
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I guess what you want is this :


apIpv4RedundancyVRStateChanges



ApIpv4RedundancyVRConfigEntry ::= SEQUENCE {

apIpv4RedundancyVRIntAddr IpAddress,

apIpv4RedundancyVRID Integer32,

apIpv4RedundancyConfigPriority Integer32,

apIpv4RedundancyAdPriority Integer32,

apIpv4RedundancyName SnmpAdminString,

apIpv4RedundancyVRPreempt INTEGER,

apIpv4RedundancyVRState INTEGER,

apIpv4RedundancyVRMasterIP IpAddress,

apIpv4RedundancyVRLastChange SnmpAdminString,

apIpv4RedundancyVRStateChanges Counter32,

apIpv4RedundancyVRStatus RowStatus,

apIpv4RedundancyVRZeroButton INTEGER,

apIpv4RedundancyVROperState INTEGER,

apIpv4RedundancyVRFailReason INTEGER

}


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