Does anyone know if you can send SNMP traps for all of the alarms that get generated on the CM? I'm looking to send alarm messages from the WAE/WAVE device such as failed hard drives, TFO overload,ect... The only way I can see this is by the CM and pointing to a syslog server. I need to be able to display this on the big screen in the help-desk for them to react to these alarms.
As you have asked before, it is possible to show this information through graph in CACTI or somewhere else other than CM.
Cisco WAAS supports SNMP Versions 1, 2c, and 3. Cisco WAAS can send informational alerts or alarms to any SNMP-compliant manager, including the most commonly used managers such as HP OpenView and IBM Tivoli NetView. Cisco WAAS supports several MIBs that allow administrators to monitor and troubleshoot nearly every aspect of the Cisco WAAS topology.
Cisco WAAS exports parameters for monitoring the state and performance of the deployment to both private and standard MIBs.
The private MIBs (ACTONA-ACTASTOR-MIB and CISCO-CONTENT-ENGINE-MIB) provide information specific to Cisco WAAS, such as CIFS application acceleration liveliness and statistics, as well as platform-level statistics and information about events.
The standard MIBs are used to obtain general liveliness and platform information and include the following:
â¢ MIB-2 General Network Statistics (RFCs 1213 and 1157): Contains essential parameters for the basic management of TCP/IP-based networks
â¢ Host Resources (RFC 1514): Contains a uniform set of objects useful for managing host computers
â¢ EVENT-MIB (RFC 2981): Provides the capability to monitor MIB objects on the local system or on a remote system and take simple action when a trigger condition is met ENTITY-MIB (RFC 2037)
â¢ SNMPv3 MIBs (RFCs 2571 through 2576)
I am sending you one URL in this regard. I think you have gone through all this. Still few more information I would like to add :
Precisely speaking, the document says all the MIBS that are supported by WAAS. If you would like to decode on what exact information you can get from each MIB (for eg. interface down trap, Threshold alert, Memory, CPU utilizations etc).
by using the tool you can access the MIB code that is very well commented at the beginning they describe all the variables and then there all the details.
Another thing you can do is to use snmpwalk on a WAAS in a lab from a unix workstation and redirect output to a file it is a dump of all supported MIB vars with their current values.
Then again by using as help the MIB code you can analyze the file.
WAAS Supports the following mibs (maybe you can reference what's available from the CISCO-CONFIG-MAN-MIB?):
use snmp navigator View & Download mibs select one filename and then view mib contents .
The MIBS doesn't report the original and optimized stats that you get from the CM. IF it does, then it has to be used by the legacy setup of Core and Edge for CIFS. We are running everything in transparent mode, so the MIBS are useless when it comes to reporting bandwidth savings. If anyone can find me the MIB and IOD that shows the original and optimized traffic to pull from a WAE device, please let me know! Right now only NET FLOW export to NET QOS and the NAM can see this type of traffic.
The statement about the WAAS SNMP can monitor virtually everything is false.
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