Loading new MIBs on a 1310 AP

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Sep 19th, 2008

Hey everyone. I'm trying to diagnose a remote AP installation using SNMP. The default SNMP traps aren't adequate for what I need to monitor. For instance, with the built-in MIBs I can information like input/output errors, link status, etc.


But, what I really want is to monitor radio associations, RSSI values, interference values, and negotiated link speeds.


I went to Cisco's MIB locator and downloaded a few .my files (such as CISCO-DOT11-RADIO-DIAGNOSTIC-MIB.my) which seemed like they might help.


However, I am now completely stuck as to how to use these files. Anyone able to point me in the right direction?


Thanks a lot!

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tstanik Thu, 09/25/2008 - 11:18

For the SNMP to enable traps and poll the AP, make sure that the AP have the iso

view configured. Example:

snmp-server view iso iso included

snmp-server community view iso RO

snmp-server community view iso RW


To enable traps:

AP(config)#snmp-server enable traps ?


I hope it may help you.



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