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    monitor allied telesyn switches trough check_nwc_health

    Hello.
    In our network we use this type of switches.
    I followed the tutorial on wiki, and came to conclusion that this vendor is not yet supported. I also corrected minor mistake in snmpwalk command.

    So, I have run:
    Code:
    snmpwalk -v2c -c public 192.168.0.1 | bzip2 > device.bz2
    Results are attached.
    If this is not the place to send this file (wiki doesn't specify exactly), I apologize

    Regards

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    Re: monitor allied telesyn switches trough check_nwc_health

    Get the latest code from https://github.com/lausser/check_nwc_health
    modes interface-usage and interface-errors are now supported for allied telesyn.
    The rest (cpu, mem, hardware) will follow in the next weeks. I'll contact you for more snmpwalks.

    Gerhard

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    Re: monitor allied telesyn switches trough check_nwc_health

    Hi,

    I would like to add this switch type in the discovery packs (so they can be auto-magically detected, and configured with a check_nwc_health based service)

    Can you launch nmap -T4 -O -oX /tmp/telesyn.xml 192.168.0.1 and send me the .xml file? (naparuba _AT_ gmail _dot_ com or if the ip switch can be published, directly in this thread?)

    By the way, what is the short name of this switch type, allied or elesyn? (so I can name the pack)

    Thanks


    Jean
    No direct support by personal message. Please open a thread so everyone can see the solution

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    Re: monitor allied telesyn switches trough check_nwc_health

    Great, thanks.
    I will try it immediatly.

    I think short name would be allied

    The vendor web page is: http://www.alliedtelesis.com/

    We have quite a few switches from this vendor, so I'll see if the checks now work on all of them


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    Re: monitor allied telesyn switches trough check_nwc_health

    No direct support by personal message. Please open a thread so everyone can see the solution

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    Re: monitor allied telesyn switches trough check_nwc_health

    I am getting info.
    But I stumbled upon a problem.
    An older switch has snmp version 1, and command doesn't work:
    Code:
    ./check_nwc_health --hostname 192.168.0.1 --timeout 60 --community "public" --mode interface-status
    Shouldn't the version of snmp be automaticaly detected?

    If I add in command
    Code:
    --protocol 1
    I get "correct" response.
    I put correct in quotes, because it doesn't recognize the device

    I am adding both files, as before

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    Re: monitor allied telesyn switches trough check_nwc_health

    [quote author=matjaz link=topic=330.msg1686#msg1686 date=1333008484]I get "correct" response.
    [/quote]
    It would be really helpful, if you could show us the response.

    Gerhard

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    Re: monitor allied telesyn switches trough check_nwc_health

    Sorry, I ment to put it, but forgot :P

    So, if i put add "--protocol 1"

    Code:
    CRITICAL - unknown device(Allied Telesyn AT-RPG6FSX Rapier G6SX version 2.4.1-02 25-Oct-2002), wrong device

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    Re: monitor allied telesyn switches trough check_nwc_health

    Hello.
    Have you had any success with this issue?
    Regards

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