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Allied Telesis Network Card AT-2916SX manual

Brand: Allied Telesis, product: Allied Telesis Network Card AT-2916SX

Type: Network Card

Total pages: 102, PDF manual size: 0.96 Mb


Advanced Control Suite User’s Guide
101
SNMP
There are two SNMP agents for manageability:
BASP Sub-agent
BASP Extensible-agent
See the following sections.
BASP Sub-agent The BASP sub-agent, baspmgnt.dll, is designed for the Windows 2000
and Windows Server 2003 SNMP service. It is required to install the
SNMP service before installing BASP subagent.
The BASP subagent allows the SNMP manager software to actively
monitor the configurations and performance of the BASP features. The
subagent also provides an alarm trap to an SNMP manager to inform the
manager of any changes to the conditions of the BASP component.
The BASP subagent allows monitoring of the configurations and statistics
for the BASP teams, the physical NIC adapters participating in a team, and
the virtual NIC adapters created as the result of teaming. The BASP
configuration data includes information such as team IDs, physical/virtual/
VLAN/team adapter IDs, physical/virtual/VLAN/team/ adapter descriptions,
and MAC addresses of the adapters.
Note
Non-teamed NIC adapters are not monitored at this time
The statistics include detailed information such as data packets
transmitted and received for the physical/virtual/VLAN/team adapters.
The alarm trap forwards information about configuration changes to the
physical adapters participating in a team, such as physical adapter link up/
down and adapter installed/removed events.
To monitor this information, an SNMP manager needs to load the
BASP MIB database files to allow monitoring of the information described
above. These files are shown below:
baspconfig.mib
baspstat.mib
basptrap.mib

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