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SNMP Traps and Statistics Overview

 

Steel-Belted Radius Carrier supports retrieving configuration information with standard SNMP utilities. This chapter summarizes the proprietary SBR Carrier MIBs, each one’s traps, and rate statistics generated by SBR Carrier.

The seven proprietary MIBs are:

  • The fnkradtr.mib defines the content of the traps that are generated by the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier server for SNMPv1.

  • The fnkradtr-v2.mib defines the content of the traps that are generated by the Steel-Belted Radius Carrier server for SNMPv2.

  • The fnkrate.mib defines the peak, current, and average rate statistics maintained by Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.

  • The jnx-smi.mib defines Juniper Networks overall MIB hierarchy.

  • The jnx-aaa.mib defines Juniper Networks AAA specific MIB hierarchy.

  • The jnx-diameter-base-protocol.mib defines the content of Diameter traps that are generated by the SBR Carrier server.

  • The jnx-diameter-nas-application.mib maintains Diameter NASREQ application specific counters.

Reporting characteristics of a number of traps in the proprietary MIBs can be altered by diluting or suppressing them or altering reporting thresholds. These settings are controlled by the radiusdir/events.ini file and the events.xml file. For more information about these files, see events.ini File and events.xml File.

Note

The SNMP subagent in Steel-Belted Radius Carrier may generate traps that do not reference Juniper Networks (Funk) enterprise IDs. For information about generic SNMP traps specified by IETF-specified MIBs, refer to the appropriate RFC. For information about generic netSnmp traps specified by netSnmp-specific MIBs, refer to the netSnmp documentation at www.net-snmp.org.

These topics are included in this chapter: