Fan failure in Palo Alto SNMP monitoring

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Fan failure in Palo Alto SNMP monitoring

L4 Transporter

is it possible to monitor through SNMP oids for Fan failures in PA 200, PA 500 and PA 5050.

Should we use different oid for each platforms.

 

PCNSE-7, ACE-6,ACE 7 , CCNP, CCNA,CCIE(theory) , RHCE
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L4 Transporter

Does any one uses OID for this in SNMP. I want mainly for PAN 200 and PA 500

PCNSE-7, ACE-6,ACE 7 , CCNP, CCNA,CCIE(theory) , RHCE
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L1 Bithead

You can walk the  ENTITY-SENSOR-MIB at the firewall look for the entPhySensorOperStatus values; compare the result with a walk for the variable entPhySensorType; the ones resulting in rpm will be a FAN; hence the corresponding entPhySensorOperStatus variables will give their status.

 

M.

I could not find the option mentioned here.

I am checking here. Can anyone guide me.

PAN_MIB_root.pngPAN_MIB_root1.png

PCNSE-7, ACE-6,ACE 7 , CCNP, CCNA,CCIE(theory) , RHCE
Firewalldog dot com

Can you tell me where this option in my screenshot above

PCNSE-7, ACE-6,ACE 7 , CCNP, CCNA,CCIE(theory) , RHCE
Firewalldog dot com
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