I am trying to use Embedded Event Manager to flag when calls on a pri get above 28 but its not working. I found an OID which shows number of calls currently on the B Channels of a pri. I dropped the threshold to two just to check it was functioning correctly. Config below:
event manager applet bchan-mon event snmp oid 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.220.127.116.11 get-type exact entry-op gt entry-val 2 poll-interval 60 action exceeded syslog priority critical msg "All Chanels in Use"
I have done a debug and it says the OID is not found even though if i do a show snmp mib i see the OID. Output below:
Feb 9 08:35:58.097: fh_process_async: re=445EF694, timer_type=POLL Feb 9 08:35:58.097: snmp_entry_value_check: OID unavailable, value check skipped Feb 9 08:35:58.097: snmp_entry_value_check:Returning FALSE Feb 9 08:35:58.097: fh_process_async: update_t=0cron_tick: num_matches 0
First, this is not an object instance. You need to add a .0 to the end of this OID. Next, this object may not return what you want. Have you tried performing an SNMP Walk or Get on this object to see if it works? What version of IOS is your device running? What kind of device?
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