MIB walk for a router with RMON alarmTable populated

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Feb 5th, 2008
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To perform some testing in an agent I ma building I need a MIB walk for a router with RMON alarmTable populated. Does any one know where I can get one?

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Joe Clarke Tue, 02/05/2008 - 10:17
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Here's one from one of our lab devices:


RMON-MIB::alarmIndex.10 = INTEGER: 10

RMON-MIB::alarmIndex.999 = INTEGER: 999

RMON-MIB::alarmIndex.13244 = INTEGER: 13244

RMON-MIB::alarmInterval.10 = INTEGER: 60 Seconds

RMON-MIB::alarmInterval.999 = INTEGER: 10 Seconds

RMON-MIB::alarmInterval.13244 = INTEGER: 20 Seconds

RMON-MIB::alarmVariable.10 = OID: RS-232-MIB::rs232Number.0

RMON-MIB::alarmVariable.999 = OID: IF-MIB::ifOperStatus.15

RMON-MIB::alarmVariable.13244 = OID: CISCO-PROCESS-MIB::cpmCPUTotal5sec.1

RMON-MIB::alarmSampleType.10 = INTEGER: absoluteValue(1)

RMON-MIB::alarmSampleType.999 = INTEGER: absoluteValue(1)

RMON-MIB::alarmSampleType.13244 = INTEGER: absoluteValue(1)

RMON-MIB::alarmValue.10 = INTEGER: 0

RMON-MIB::alarmValue.999 = INTEGER: 2

RMON-MIB::alarmValue.13244 = INTEGER: 4

RMON-MIB::alarmStartupAlarm.10 = INTEGER: risingOrFallingAlarm(3)

RMON-MIB::alarmStartupAlarm.999 = INTEGER: risingOrFallingAlarm(3)

RMON-MIB::alarmStartupAlarm.13244 = INTEGER: risingOrFallingAlarm(3)

RMON-MIB::alarmRisingThreshold.10 = INTEGER: 1

RMON-MIB::alarmRisingThreshold.999 = INTEGER: 2

RMON-MIB::alarmRisingThreshold.13244 = INTEGER: 80

RMON-MIB::alarmFallingThreshold.10 = INTEGER: 0

RMON-MIB::alarmFallingThreshold.999 = INTEGER: 1

RMON-MIB::alarmFallingThreshold.13244 = INTEGER: 20

RMON-MIB::alarmRisingEventIndex.10 = INTEGER: 1

RMON-MIB::alarmRisingEventIndex.999 = INTEGER: 999

RMON-MIB::alarmRisingEventIndex.13244 = INTEGER: 1

RMON-MIB::alarmFallingEventIndex.10 = INTEGER: 2

RMON-MIB::alarmFallingEventIndex.999 = INTEGER: 1000

RMON-MIB::alarmFallingEventIndex.13244 = INTEGER: 2

RMON-MIB::alarmOwner.10 = STRING: "config"

RMON-MIB::alarmOwner.999 = STRING: "jclarke"

RMON-MIB::alarmOwner.13244 = STRING: "me"

RMON-MIB::alarmStatus.10 = INTEGER: valid(1)

RMON-MIB::alarmStatus.999 = INTEGER: valid(1)

RMON-MIB::alarmStatus.13244 = INTEGER: valid(1)

aweiss1953 Tue, 02/05/2008 - 11:22
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Joe,

Is there a chance I can get an electronic copy of the walk for the whole router? :-)

We use mimic to simulate our devices and actually load the device walks into mimic to test with.

Joe Clarke Tue, 02/05/2008 - 11:53
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I can't give you the walk of the entire tree, but here are walks of the IF-MIB, CISCO-PROCESS-MIB, and RS-232-MIB which are referenced in this alarmTable.



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