3 Replies Latest reply on Sep 19, 2014 10:03 AM by roman.tatar

    UnDP Tables Question

    aapereira

      I have an Enterasys install base that I am monitoring.  I created a UnDP to pull the Chassis

      serial number ( OID Used 1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.11)  which pulls a table of all the modules and

      interfaces on the chassis, as well as the chassis serial number.  When I add the poller to the devices

      the result is the entire table: (Short example below)


      entPhysicalSerialNum - Label  entPhysicalSerialNum
      backplane-1

      backplane-2

      chassis-1                                 xxxxyyyyzzzz

      com.1.1

      fan-1

      fan-slot-1

      ge.1.1

      ge.1.2

      ge.1.3

      ge.1.4

      module-1                                    xxxxvvvvvtttt

      powersupply-1                           cccccggggffff

      powersupply-2

      powersupply-slot-1

      powersupply-slot-2

      slot-1

       

       

      All I want is:

       

      entPhysicalSerialNum - Label  entPhysicalSerialNum

      chassis-1                                 xxxxyyyyzzzz

       

      I can go to each device and manually edit the poller per device, and per each instance of where the

      data is displayed, but there are a lot of devices and the poller displays in a few different spots for each device.

       

      Is there a way, within the UnDP to only pull the chassis-id row from the table ?

      Or do i need to do this through some SQL scripting ?

       

      Thanks -Andre

        • Re: UnDP Tables Question
          HolyGuacamole

          Your options are

          1. Get the precise OID that shows Chassis information (as you suggested) and setup SNMP GET pollers as opposed to GET TABLE pollers.

           

          2. Leave the current GET TABLE pollers and rather than use the out of the box resources to display the data, add a Custom Table resource and filter the information displayed using 'data sources'.  If you are just looking for a report, you can also filter out the rest of the information in your report

          • Re: UnDP Tables Question
            roman.tatar

            Hi,

            you can poll each row form table via GET:

            - For example 1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.11.5.5.5

            - Where 5.5.5 is RowID in table 1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1.11

             

            You can create new UnDP with GET request for that particular OID.

             

            Roman