marcin at leon
Jan 20, 2012, 4:45 AM
Post #3 of 7
Alexander Shikoff wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 12:51:38AM +0100, Marcin Kuczera wrote:
>> has anyone experience with getting this information via SNMP:
>> Slot-1 SummitStack-GZE.4 # show ports 2:7,1:17 transceiver information
>> Port Temp TxPower RxPower TxBiasCurrent Voltage-Aux1/
>> (Celsius) (dBm) (dBm) (mA) Vcc (Volts)
>> 1:17 40.77 -1.71 -3.16 30.39 3.33 N/A
>> 2:7 37.96 -0.69 -12.93 26.39 3.32 N/A
>> N/A indicates that the parameter is not applicable
>> to the optics connected to the port
>> Slot-1 SummitStack-GZE.4 #
> You may take a look on latest Extreme's MIB.
> Though I'm not sure whether you find there proper subtree.
> For instance Extreme still has no subtree for monitoring stack ports' utilization.
> btw, I have no 'show ports ... transceiver' command on my stack of two X650.
> What switches and XOS are you using?
ExtremeXOS version 22.214.171.124 v1254b5-patch1-4 by release-manager
x650-24x (first hardware release)
You need original 10G modules or some that behave as originals.
I finally found a method to make my ones looking like extreme's ;)
It DOES NOT work for 1G modules... that is difficult to understand why
they didn't implement it, it is the same API as for SFP+ modules.
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