The UnDP and CustomMIBPollers files describe which OIDs NPM has to poll and is a format only used in NPM.
They are completely different from the MIB files provided by Vendors.
If you wish to add new MIBs in the Orion MIB database, then have a look at the following post:
Which version of the FabricOS are you running? I posted a while ago saying that you need at least v5.2.1. The latest version is 6.2.
I have several SilkWorm 4100s in Orion with the fiber ports being monitored.
However, I don't believe you can retrieve the port's error statistics without creating a custom poller. I haven't really dug in to this yet...
I was running v5.2 of the Fabric OS, now upgraded and it's working just fine.
Thanks, much appreciated.
I have 2 Brocade Connectrix DS-4900 running 6.2 .2b and I'm trying to capture port errors but can seems to find the correct MIB OID to do so. Can some please help me.
I've discovered some Brocade Silkworm 4900 switches into Orion and it shows their fiber port channels, plus I've used this particular OID 184.108.40.206.4.1.1588 successfully with the Universal Device Poller. I can see Fans, Power Supplies and such. That OID by the way identifies as vendor BCSI (I guess that B stands for Brocade).
If you have a tool to do a mib walk then you might try that OID for a start. I have the Engineer Toolset installed on my Orion server so I lose track of which provides mib walk or SNMP mib browsing, Orion or Toolset.
If you have access to the web interface on the Brocade you might check the SNMP settings for those fiber ports compared to the strings on the management side. I know by default our SNMP TRAPS come in from a totally different default string name. This makes me think there could be different SNMP strings in your case.
I've been working on Brocades last few days.
Found this OID to be quite valuable... 220.127.116.11.4.1.1518.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.4
Provides the following table...
But now i need advice on how to create Advanced Alerts for this values.
Alerts that will trigger when ...
temperature > 50C
Power Supplies not equal to 1
Fan Speed < 1200 RPM
I've created Advanced alerts for custom oids before, but they'd always be of the same type (ie all temperature values in table or all fans values, etc).
Any help with creating advanced alerts on this type of custom poller would be much appreciated.