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13-4
Operation via SNMP
13.4. Circuit Control via SNMP
13.4.1. Circuit Status/Control
ON, OFF, BOOT, and DEFAULT commands can be issued for circuits via SNMP. Circuits
are arranged in a table of N rows, where N is the number of circuits in the system.
Circuit parameters are described below.
• plugTable::plugID – String indicating the circuit's ID.
• plugTable::plugName – String indicating the circuit's user-defined name.
• plugTable::plugStatus – Current state of the circuit.
0 – Circuit is OFF
1 – Circuit is ON
• plugTable::plugAction – Action to be taken on circuit.
1 – Mark to turn ON (does not execute)
2 – Mark to turn OFF (does not execute)
3 – Mark to BOOT (does not execute)
4 – Mark to DEFAULT (does not execute)
5 – Mark to turn ON and execute circuit actions
6 - Mark to turn OFF and execute circuit actions
7 - Mark to BOOT and execute circuit actions
8 - Mark to DEFAULT and execute circuit actions
Set plugTable::plugAction to desired action, as specified by values 1-4 above,
for each circuit index the action is to be applied to. For the last circuit you wish to set
before executing the commands, use values 5-8 instead, which will invoke the requested
commands all at once.
13.4.2. Circuit Group Status/Control
ON, OFF, BOOT, and DEFAULT commands can be issued for circuit groups via SNMP.
Circuit groups are arranged in a table of 54 rows, one row for each circuit group in the
system. Circuit Group parameters are described below.
• plugGroupTable::plugGroupName – String indicating the circuit groups name.
• plugGroupTable::plugGroupAction – Action to be taken on circuit group
1 – Mark to turn ON (does not execute)
2 – Mark to turn OFF (does not execute)
3 – Mark to BOOT (does not execute)
4 – Mark to DEFAULT (does not execute)
5 – Mark to turn ON and execute circuit group actions
6 – Mark to turn OFF and execute circuit group actions
7 – Mark to BOOT and execute circuit group actions
8 – Mark to DEFAULT and execute circuit group actions
Set plugGroupTable::plugGroupAction to desired action, as specified by values
1-4 above, for each circuit group index the action is to be applied to. For the last circuit
group you wish to set before executing the commands, use values 5-8 instead, which
will invoke the requested commands all at once.
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