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  • 1.  SNMP MIB for simple alert

    Posted 10-11-2012 07:00 PM
    I have been able to successful send an SNMP alert to an external Manager. There are some OIDs that just have a single digit number behind them. Where is a MIB file for alerts, or how can I identify what the OID represents? I've been looking into an SNMP collection, and might be able to find my answer there, but haven't had any luck so far.

    Thanks in advance.


  • 2.  RE: SNMP MIB for simple alert

    Posted 10-19-2012 05:28 PM
    Hello Community!

    Jfaldmo could use an assist. Anyone have a minute to answer?

    Thanks,
    Mary


  • 3.  RE: SNMP MIB for simple alert

    Posted 10-25-2012 06:35 PM
    You need to publish the MIB:

    1. Log in to the Workstation as a user with publish_mib permission. I normally give my ID publish_mib permission, or you can log in as Admin.
    2. Open a new managment module editor.
    3. Select "Publish MIB..." from the Manager menu.
    4. You'll find the MIB in the snmp directory on the EM server.

    I'm working from memory and don't have a workstation in front of me so I hope that's correct! :-)


  • 4.  RE: SNMP MIB for simple alert
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    Posted 10-26-2012 10:42 AM
    Craigporter--That is method to get the MIB for metrics but I couldn't find one for alerts. Some OIDs are obvious but when just a number is given I couldn't tell what the number referred to.

    CA Support replied with some information which was helpful. So an OID for an alert looks like this-- ".1.3.6.1.4.1.791.4.4.16", the meaning of the last number is below--

    In 9.0.7 there are 17 OIDs. We have added some more in APM 9.1 . The details on the values sent along in the trap are as follows in this order(:
    1.
    timestamp OID - Alert triggered time
    2.
    sourcehostOID - EM host from which alert was triggered
    3.
    ipOID - EM's ip address
    4.
    messageOID - Alert message
    5.
    domainOID - Agent's domain
    6.
    hostOID - Agent's host
    7.
    processOID - Agent's process
    8.
    agentOID - Agent's Name
    9.
    metricOID - Metric attribute URL
    10.
    valueOID - Current metric value
    11.
    dashboardUrlOID - Dashboard URL that is configured in the SNMP
    alert action
    12.
    thresholdOID - Threshold value of the alert
    13.
    enableIntegrationOID - Value is hardcoded to 1
    14.
    additionalMetricsOID - "Yes"/"No" depending on if the simple alert
    component has additional metrics.
    15.
    versionOID - Version of the SNMP Alert Action
    16.
    statusOID - Current alert status
    17.
    fullTimestampOID - Alert triggered time in a format with year and
    timezone.
    ==

    For 9.1, there new OIDs:

    20: alert Type OID
    21: alerted Component OID Triage map component
    22: alerted Component ID OID Triage map component id
    23: alerted Component Name OID Triage map component Name
    24: alertName OID Name of the alert

    For 9.1.1, here is the new OID
    25: emHOST OID EM host