6 Replies Latest reply on Sep 23, 2017 1:14 PM by orioncrack

    UDP Value in Web Report

    orioncrack

      I'm having a heck of a time getting 1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.13  entPhysicalModelName ireported correctly.

       

      EDIT - I'm now getting the data, but the column is totally wacked. Showing multiple values for one device, hmmm.

       

       

       

      Thanks

        • Re: UDP Value in Web Report
          mesverrum

          Can you screenshot the data on the node name tab of the table settings?  I'm sure that somehow the report engine is joining from the undp results to the nodes table in some kind of unexpected way and that might give us a clue.

            • Re: UDP Value in Web Report
              orioncrack

              Thanks - is this the droid you're looking for?

               

                • Re: UDP Value in Web Report
                  mesverrum

                  I figured it out, the OID you are polling returns a table, those duplicate lines you see are one for each interface, sfp, power supply, fan, chassis, card, module, etc, etc on the device.

                  Not sure what exactly cause it to show as if it would return a single value when you tested it against that ASA but on most switches it is a big list.  If you have NCM installed it should be returning the same values as you get from the physical entities reports that NCM makes.

                    • Re: UDP Value in Web Report
                      orioncrack

                      Is there any way to get the model number in any report easily?

                        • Re: UDP Value in Web Report
                          mesverrum

                          Do you have ncm?  It there should be a built in physical entities report that I sometimes filter to just show the chassis model numbers.   The tricky part is cisco is very inconsistent about how they differentiate that main serial across their product lines.   I'll have to look it up when I get back to work but the script I use to grab them had like 7 different cases it would use to determine which serial number was the one I wanted.   Some devices it will be called the chassis serial,  others it would just say the model,  and so on across all kinds of devices.   Had to compare cli to snmp a bunch before I felt like I was close.