hey Mr. Clarke, thanks a lot, this is a good insight. so i just create a job entry in that table and the test will start running right away? to kill it - do i just delete an entry? also, how do i pick the test type? it seems like i have to execute a number of steps to run the test i want. is there a document that would list the process of setting up a diagnostic using those MIB variables?
I could not find a document, and I don't have a 6500 running 12.2(33)SXH with which to test. However, you'll also want to look at the textual convention definitions in the CISCO-ENTITY-DIAG-TC-MIB. These will explain in more detail about how these objects are defined.
It appears that creating a new entry will start the tests immediately. Most likely the tests will run to completion, and deleting the row will not stop them, but I cannot say for certain. See the CeDiagTestList TC definition on how the test list is specified. The available tests can be found in the ceDiagTestInfoTable.
I looked at the MIB, but it is not clear how to define a test, because the MIB variables show "MAX-ACCESS not-accessible", which, as I see it, means I cannot set the value. Is there a way to contact whoever designed this MIB and have them send some instructions? I can do a trial-and-error effort, but it seems like if someone went thru an trouble of implementing this MIB, there has to be some documetation on how to use it.
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