Operation via SNMP
13.5. Configuring Serial Ports
Commands can be issued to set certain serial port configuration parameters via SNMP.
Ports are arranged in a table of 9 rows, with one row for each serial port. Serial port
parameters are described below.
• portTable::portID – String indicating the serial port's ID
• portTable::portThreshold – An integer that sets the serial port's SNMP Trap
Level value. If this value is set between 1 and 32,757, then the SNMP trap function
is enabled and traps will be sent to the SNMP Managers whenever the buffer for this
port reaches the specified level. If set to "0" (zero), the SNMP Traps are disabled at
13.6. Viewing RSM-8R4 Status via SNMP
Status of various components of the RSM-8R4 can be retrieved via SNMP. Plug Status,
and Environmental Status are currently supported.
13.6.1. Plug Status
The status of each plug in the system can be retrieved using the command below.
• plugTable::plugStatus – The status of the plug.
0 – Plug is OFF
1 – Plug is ON
13.6.2. Unit Temperature Status
The temperature status can be retrieved for various variables for the RSM-8R4 unit. The
environmentUnitTable contains one row.
• environmentUnitTable::environmentUnitTemperature – The temperature
of the RSM-8R4 unit.
13.7. Sending Traps via SNMP
Traps that report various unit conditions can be sent to an SNMP Management Station
from the RSM-8R4. The following traps are currently supported.
• WarmStart Trap – Trap indicating a warm start
• ColdStart Trap – Trap indicating a cold start
• Alarm Trap – Trap indicating an alarm condition
• Test Trap – Test trap invoked by user via the Text Interface (CLI)