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13-4
Operation via SNMP
13.4. Plug Control via SNMP
13.4.1. Controlling Plugs
ON, OFF, BOOT, and DEFAULT commands can be issued for plugs via SNMP. Plugs
are arranged in a table of N rows, where N is the number of plugs in the system. Plug
parameters are described below.
plugTable::plugID – String indicating the plug's ID
plugTable::plugStatus – Current state of the plug
0 – Plug is OFF
1 – Plug is ON
plugTable::plugAction – Action to be taken on plug
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 plug actions
6 - Mark to turn OFF and execute plug actions
7 - Mark to BOOT and execute plug actions
8 - Mark to DEFAULT and execute plug actions
Set plugTable::plugAction to desired action, as specified by values 1-4 above, for
each plug index the action is to be applied to. For the last plug 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. Controlling Plug Groups
ON, OFF, BOOT, and DEFAULT commands can be issued for plug groups via SNMP.
Plug groups are arranged in a table of 54 rows, one row for each plug group in the
system. Plug Group parameters are described below.
plugGroupTable::plugGroupName – String indicating the plug groups name
plugGroupTable::plugGroupAction – Action to be taken on plug 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 plug group actions
6 - Mark to turn OFF and execute plug group actions
7 - Mark to BOOT and execute plug group actions
8 - Mark to DEFAULT and execute plug group actions
Set plugGroupTable::plugGroupAction to desired action, as specified by values
1-4 above, for each plug group index the action is to be applied to. For the last plug
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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