I am trying to develop a NAGIOS check to get an alert , when a vpn tunnel between PA's at different locations
is down. So far I have been looking at the ifup-status of the corresponding tunnel interface at the local firewall. It turns
out that this is still up , even if the vpn tunnel is down. From the local firewall, this can be argumentable and I can except.
Are there any other SNMP variables in the Palo Alto SNMP MIBS to check and use in order to verify the status of a vpn tunnel
between 2 PA's ?
Not completely sure if it the absense of SNMP OIDs is still valid for current versions.
Using a MIB-browser I found the following inside the PAN-TRAPS MIB :
panVPNTunnelStatusUpTrap : .22.214.171.124.4.1.254126.96.36.199.2.0.1746
panVPNTunnelStatusDownTrap : .188.8.131.52.4.1.254184.108.40.206.2.0.1747
There's also a workaround using syslog messages :
Hope this helps !
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