0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 16, 2017 10:07 AM by ryan.debok

    Monitoring Active Chassis Stacked NetVanta 1638p MIBs

    ryan.debok New Member

      I had some trouble finding the OID's for the Adtran 1638p POE Switches.  We use Paessler's PRTG Network Monitor.  I found the PDF for Configuring SNMP in AOS.  However, the MIB's listed didn't seem to match the data returned from an SNMP walk using PRTG's SNMP Tester.

       

      One of my team members found that the MIB listed for the CPU was similar to returned Walk data that added a trailing ".0".

       

      So here were the custom OID's that worked in PRTG.

       

      Current CPU Utilization:  1.3.6.1.4.1.664.5.53.1.4.1.0

      Available Memory:  1.3.6.1.4.1.664.5.53.1.4.8.0  (used in a custom calculation to show available memory percentage compared to the 256mb memory installed)

       

      Does someone know why this trailing .0 is required?  Does it have to do with the fact that the switch is stacked with three total 1638p's using ActiveChassis?

       

      Also, is there a way to monitor the CPU usage of the other two switches in the stack?