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Alarm events, missing MIB

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Sep 1st, 2006
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Hi,


I am receiving the following MIB:

1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.127.* from my ciscoworks server to my nnm server, i can not find this mib object on cisco page!


Can you help me?



TKS

Correct Answer by David Stanford about 10 years 11 months ago

This is from the CISCO-EVENT-DISTR-MIB

(ciscoEventDistrMIB )



It usually comes from RME (3.X) itself, and

is not a standard mib. To turn the alert off, go to the following in CiscoWorks 2000:


-->CiscoWorks2000 Server OR Server Configuration (whichever you see)

---->Administration

------->Event Management

---------->Event Consumer Admin


In the Event Consumer Admin page, look under "Filter", and select "NONE" in the drop down box for each of the Consumers called "EventLogger" and "EventToTrap"


This will turn the alert off, and you you should never see it again. The MIB file should be found in CSCOpx\objects\eds.


I have also uploaded the MIB here for you



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David Stanford Fri, 09/01/2006 - 08:42
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This is from the CISCO-EVENT-DISTR-MIB

(ciscoEventDistrMIB )



It usually comes from RME (3.X) itself, and

is not a standard mib. To turn the alert off, go to the following in CiscoWorks 2000:


-->CiscoWorks2000 Server OR Server Configuration (whichever you see)

---->Administration

------->Event Management

---------->Event Consumer Admin


In the Event Consumer Admin page, look under "Filter", and select "NONE" in the drop down box for each of the Consumers called "EventLogger" and "EventToTrap"


This will turn the alert off, and you you should never see it again. The MIB file should be found in CSCOpx\objects\eds.


I have also uploaded the MIB here for you



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