Monitoring SNMP Management Events

This section describes the show commands used to view the status of the SNMP agent and statistics associated with events, resources, and triggers.

Viewing Information About an SNMP MIB Agent

Purpose

Display SNMP MIB agent information.

Action

To view SNMP MIB agent information:

host1#show snmp agent
context name: router1
access permission level: no access
snmp proxy: enabled

Meaning

Table 32 lists the show snmp agent command output fields.

Table 32: show snmp agent Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

context name

Router that contains the MIB agent

access permission level

Access permission level for other virtual routers that may want to access the agent

snmp proxy

Proxy gateway through which other virtual routers may access the agent

Monitoring Information About a Statistical SNMP Event

Purpose

Display statistical SNMP event information for event table entries, router resources, and trigger table entries. You can display the event information only for event table entries, router resources, or trigger table entries by the events, resource, statistics, or triggers options.

Action

To display statistical SNMP event information for event table entries, router resources, and trigger table entries:

host1#show snmp management-event
                                 Resource
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
SampleMinimum: 1
SampleInstanceMaximum: 50
SampleInstances: 14
SampleInstancesHigh: 14
SampleInstancesLacks: 0
 
                                  Triggers
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Owner: unitTest
Name: booleantest1
Test: boolean
SampleType: absoluteValue
ValueID: 1.3.6.1.2.1.92.1.1.2.0
ValueIDLimit: 0
ValueIDWildcard: False
ContextName: router1
ContextNameLimit: 0
ContextNameWildcard: False
Frequency: 40
ObjectsOwner: unitTest
Objects: test3
Enabled: False
EntryStatus: createAndWait
------------------------ Boolean
Comparison: equal
Value: 300
Startup: False
ObjectsOwner:
Objects:
EventOwner: unitTest
Event: eventTest1
--------------------------------- Trigger
Owner: unitTest
Name: booleantest2
Test: boolean
SampleType: absoluteValue
ValueID: 1.3.6.1.2.1.92.1.1.2.0
ValueIDLimit: 0
ValueIDWildcard: False
ContextName: router1
ContextNameLimit: 0
ContextNameWildcard: False
Frequency: 40
ObjectsOwner: unitTest
Objects: test3
Enabled: False
EntryStatus: createAndWait
------------------------ Existence
Test: absent
Startup: absent
ObjectsOwner: unitTest
Objects: test3
EventOwner: unitTest
Event: eventTest3
------------------------ Threshold
Startup: falling
Rising: 200
Falling: 100
DeltaRising: 0
DeltaFalling: 0
ObjectsOwner:
Objects:
RisingEventOwner: unitTest
RisingEvent: eventTest2
FallingEventOwner: unitTest
FallingEvent: eventTest3
DeltaRisingEventOwner:
DeltaRisingEvent:
DeltaFallingEventOwner:
DeltaFallingEvent:
------------------------ Delta
DiscontinuityID: 1.3.6.1.2.1.92.1.1.2
DiscontinuityIDWildcard: True
DiscontinuityIDType: timeTicks
                                    Objects
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Owner: unitTest Name: test1
Index: 1
ID: 1.3.6.1.2.1.11.1.0
IDWildcard: False
EntryStatus: active
Index: 2
ID: 1.3.6.1.2.1.11.2.0
IDWildcard: False
EntryStatus: active
Index: 5
ID: 1.3.6.1.2.1.11.30.0
IDWildcard: False
EntryStatus: active
                                    Events
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Owner: unitTest
Name: eventTest1
Actions: notification set
Enabled: True
EntryStatus: active
------------------------ Notification
Notification: mteTriggerFired
ObjectsOwner: unitTest
Objects: test3
------------------------ Set
Object: 1.3.6.1.2.1.11.1.0
ObjectWildcard: False
Value: -20
ContextName: router
ContextNameWildcard: True

Meaning

Table 33 lists the show snmp management-event command output fields.

Table 33: show snmp management-event Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Resource

SampleMinimum

Minimum number of samples to be taken

SampleInstanceMaximum

Maximum number of samples to be taken

SampleInstances

Number of sample instances being monitored

SampleInstancesHigh

Highest number of samples taken for any of the sample instances

SampleInstancesLacks

Number of times this system could not take a new sample because that allocation would have exceeded the limit set by mteResourceSampleInstanceMaximum

Triggers

Owner

Owner value assigned to the trigger

Name

Name value assigned to the trigger

Test

Type of trigger test to perform

SampleType

Type of sampling (absolute or delta) to perform

ValueID

Object ID of the MIB sample for this trigger

ValueIDLimit

Not supported in this release; reads as zero

ValueIDWildcard

Not supported in this release; reads as False

ContextName

Management context (for example, router1) from which to obtain mteTriggerValueID

ContextNameRgulrExprssn

Not supported in this release

ContextNameLimit

Not supported in this release; reads as zero

ContextNameWildcard

Not supported in this release; reads as False

Frequency

Frequency at which this trigger is sampled

ObjectsOwner

Not supported in this release

Objects

Not supported in this release

Enabled

State (False [disabled] or True [enabled]) of the trigger

EntryStatus

Active/inactive status of the instance

Boolean

Comparison

Comparison value for this trigger

Value

Object ID value to which this trigger compares

Startup

Whether or not this trigger performs a Boolean test on startup

ObjectsOwner

Owner of this object

Objects

Name of this object

EventOwner

Owner of this event

Event

Name of this event

Existence

Test

Test type for this trigger

Startup

Startup condition for this trigger

ObjectsOwner

Owner of this object

Objects

Name of this object

EventOwner

Owner of this event

Event

Name of this event

Statistics

trigger owner

Owner value assigned to the trigger

trigger name

Name value assigned to the trigger

current time

Current UTC time

started sampling

UTC time sampling started

last sampled

UTC time event last sampled

sample instances

Number of sample instances being monitored

times sampled

Number of times events sampled

event traps

Number of traps sent

event sets

Number of events set

failures

Number of event failures

sample overrun

Number of times the event manager missed sampling for the current value within the given time period

failure traps

Number of failure traps sent as a result of event failures

Threshold

Startup

Startup threshold condition for this trigger

Rising

Rising threshold condition for this trigger

Falling

Falling threshold condition for this trigger

DeltaRising

Delta rising threshold condition for this trigger

DeltaFalling

Delta falling threshold condition for this trigger

ObjectsOwner

Not supported in this release

Objects

Not supported in this release

RisingEventOwner

Rising event owner value for this trigger

RisingEvent

Rising event name value for this trigger

FallingEventOwner

Falling event owner value for this trigger

FallingEvent

Falling event name value for this trigger

DeltaRisingEventOwner

Delta rising event owner value for this trigger

DeltaRisingEvent

Delta rising event name value for this trigger

DeltaFallingEventOwner

Delta falling event owner value for this trigger

DeltaFallingEvent

Delta falling event name value for this trigger

Delta

DiscontinuityID

Discontinuity MIB ID for this trigger

DiscontinuityIDWildcard

Not supported in this release

DiscontinuityIDType

Discontinuity ID type for this trigger

Events

Owner

Owner value for this event

Name

Name of this event

Actions

Action (for example, notification) that takes place when this event is triggered

Enabled

Enabled state (True [enabled] or False [disabled]) of this event

EntryStatus

Entry status for this event

Notification

Notification

Notification trap setting for this event

ObjectsOwner

Not supported in this release

Objects

Not supported in this release

Set

Object

Object ID that the trigger is setting

ObjectWildcard

Whether or not the object is a wildcard

Value

Value to which you are setting the object ID when the trigger fires

ContextName

Management context (for example, router1) from which to obtain mteTriggerValueID

ContextNameWildcard

Whether or not the context name is a wildcard

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