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Is there a way to monitor power supply redundancy by SNMP?
I found this, but these values are not a SNMP object.
similar to this; these values don't exit on my PA-440.
all other SNMP is working; I just miss monitoring the power.
Hi @FloriReus ,
The power supply status monitoring via SNMP is only supported on certain platforms (like the PA-7000 platform).
Other platforms are not supported yet.
For state of power source, ENTITY-STATE-MIB can be used.
For example. “snmpwalk -On -v2c -c public .220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.1.1.ID*”
This oid shows state of power supply module and its alarm state ... however it might not be implemented in the PA-400 series.
Upon checking, there are few Feature Requests reported already on these SNMP MIBs. Here are FR IDs:
FR ID: 1822
FR ID: 2276
FR ID: 4873
Please reach out to your sales engineer to vote in favor of making this available in future software releases.
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