SNMP problem outlet index

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cpuguy83
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SNMP problem outlet index

Post by cpuguy83 » September 17th, 2010, 2:35 pm

I'm querying my iBB N15 using SNMP, trying to pull name/status for outlet #1.
This appears to have an idex of 0 when I do an snmpwalk, but when trying to query the specific outlet using snmpget it says that 0 is out of range.
I'm only able to pull info for the outlets labelled 2-8 unless I do a full snmpwalk.

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Re: SNMP problem outlet index

Post by DP_Sam » September 21st, 2010, 10:45 am

Sorry for the dealy in answering.
I was researching the easiest way to do an SNMP get without a full install of an SNMP program to make it easier for you and others to confirm.

There is a utility available from Microsoft called snmputil.
Using this, I can confirm the outlet name and status of index 0 is correct.
You can use the utility as well or confirm your code against these results.

You can download the utilty here and from a command promt issue the following command replacing the <ip> with your ipaddress.

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snmputil get <ip> private .0.3.6.1.4.1.1418.4.3.1.2.0
This will return the name of outlet 1

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snmputil get <ip> private .0.3.6.1.4.1.1418.4.3.1.3.0
This will return the status of outlet 1. [ 1 will mean on, and 0 will mean off. ]
Sam Savoye
Dataprobe Tech Support
SSavoye@Dataprobe.com

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