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SNMP acts in LMS

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Apr 24th, 2006
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Dear all,

Because of the polling issue inside the company, we are looking for a SNMP instanse (OID) to be read from the device. That's, we want to be able to know the switch ports used the last time (time interval). Is there any possibility to get (trace) SNMP "ifLastChange" information within the CiscoWorks LMS component/functions?

I also have tried this with delivered 'snmpwalk' command, but, no ressults. Any how, we are intended to get the switch port last-time-used with the help of CiscoWorks.


Thank you in advance.

-Aryan Hajivandi

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David Stanford Mon, 04/24/2006 - 05:07
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In LMS 2.5 you can see the ifLastChange information for a port in the Detailed Device Report Last Changed Column

ahajivandi Mon, 04/24/2006 - 06:13
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That is right. But, can I conclude that to get this info the device will get polled by the time of report generation? That's, once at a time of job report?

David Stanford Mon, 04/24/2006 - 08:08
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yes this correct, at the time of report generation

ahajivandi Tue, 04/25/2006 - 06:55
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I have tested this on Solaris, but there is no communication (traffic) between de device and CW server. The report will taken directly from the database.

So could you tell me please, how acurate is my report on the ifLastChanges output! ?

David Stanford Mon, 04/24/2006 - 08:13
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Also, not sure why manual polling of ifLastChange is not giving you any results....this mib should be supported

ahajivandi Tue, 04/25/2006 - 07:03
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Manual polling on the device via snmpwalk (from NNM) is ok. The intention is to get the values by CiscoWorks.

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