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Supported OS: Linux Mac OS Windows

Overview

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a standard for monitoring network-connected devices, such as routers, switches, servers, and firewalls. This check collects SNMP metrics from your network devices.

SNMP uses sysObjectIDs (System Object Identifiers) to uniquely identify devices, and OIDs (Object Identifiers) to uniquely identify managed objects. OIDs follow a hierarchical tree pattern: under the root is ISO, which is numbered 1. The next level is ORG and numbered 3 and so on, with each level being separated by a ..

A MIB (Management Information Base) acts as a translator between OIDs and human readable names, and organizes a subset of the hierarchy. Because of the way the tree is structured, most SNMP values start with the same set of objects:

  • 1.3.6.1.1: (MIB-II) A standard that holds system information like uptime, interfaces, and network stack.
  • 1.3.6.1.4.1: A standard that holds vendor specific information.

Setup

Installation

The SNMP check is included in the Datadog Agent package. No additional installation is necessary.

Configuration

Edit the configuration options in the snmp.d/conf.yaml file in the conf.d/ folder at the root of your Agent’s configuration directory. See the sample snmp.d/conf.yaml for all available configuration options.

The Datadog SNMP check supports collecting metrics from individual devices, or auto-discovering devices (unique IP addresses) on entire subnets.

Which collection strategy to choose mainly depends on how many devices are present on your network, and how dynamic the network is (i.e. how frequently devices are added or removed):

Regardless of the collection strategy, you can leverage Datadog’s sysObjectID mapped device profiles to automatically collect relevant metrics from your devices.

Monitoring individual devices

The easiest way to get started with the SNMP integration is to point it at the IP address of an SNMP device.

For SNMPv2 devices:

  1. Configure an instance specifying i) the IP address of the device, ii) the community string of the device:

    instances:
      - ip_address: "<IP_ADDRESS>"
        community: "<COMMUNITY>"
  2. Restart the Agent.

For SNMPv3 devices:

  1. Configure an instance specifying i) the IP address of the device, ii) SNMPv3 credentials of the device, i.e. user and any of auth_protocol, auth_key, priv_protocol, and priv_key (as appropriate for your device):

    instances:
      - ip_address: "<IP_ADDRESS>"
        user: "<USER>"
        ## Configure these as appropriate
        # authProtocol: SHA
        # authKey: "<AUTH_KEY>"
        # privProtocol: AES
        # privKey: "<PRIV_KEY>"
  2. Restart the Agent.

The Agent will then start collecting relevant metrics by matching your device against one of Datadog’s out-of-the-box device profiles.

Once metrics are reporting, you can expand your setup in various ways:

  • Add more instances to collect metrics from more devices on your network.
  • Consider using Autodiscovery if you need to collect metrics from lots of devices across a dynamic network.

Autodiscovery

As an alternative to specifying individual devices, you can use autodiscovery to automatically discover all the devices on your network.

Autodiscovery will poll each IP on the configured subnet, and check for a response from the SNMP device. The Datadog Agent will then lookup the sysObjectID of the discovered device, and map it to one of Datadog’s out-of-the-box device profiles, which consist of lists of predefined metrics to be collected for various types of devices.

To use Autodiscovery with the SNMP check:

  1. Install or upgrade the Datadog Agent to v6.16+. For platform specific instructions, see the Datadog Agent documentation.

  2. Configure the SNMP check with snmp.d/conf.yaml. The following parameters are available. See the sample config for required parameters, default values, and examples.

ParameterDescription
profilesA list of profiles to use. A profile is a collection of OIDs the Datadog Agent collects metrics and associated tags from and a complete list of Datadog supported profiles can be found in Github. By default, all profiles shipped by the agent and in the configuration directory are loaded. To customize the specific profiles for collection, they can be explicitly referenced by filename under definition_file, or written inline under definition. Any of the OOTB Datadog profiles can be listed by their name. Additional custom profiles can be referenced by the file path in the config, or simply dropped in the configuration directory. Note: The generic profile is generic_router.yaml, which should work for routers, switches, etc.
network_addressThe subnet and mask written in IPv4 notation for the Agent to scan and discover devices on.
community_stringFor use with SNMPv1 and SNMPv2
snmp_versionThe SNMP version you are using.
portThe port for the Datadog Agent to listen on.
timeoutThe number of seconds before timing out.
retriesThe number of retries before failure.
discovery_intervalThe interval between discovery scans.
discovery_allowed_failuresThe number of times a discovered host can fail before being removed from the list of discovered devices.
bulk_thresholdThe number of symbols in a table that triggers a BULK request. This parameter is only relevant for SNMPv > 1.
tagsA list of global tags to add to all SNMP metrics. Read more about tagging in Datadog.
Sample config
init_config:

instances:
  -
    ## @param network_address - string - optional
    network_address: "<NETWORK_ADDRESS>"

    ## @param port - integer - optional - default: 161
    port: 161

    ## @param community_string - string - optional
    community_string: public

    ## @param snmp_version - integer - optional - default: 2
    snmp_version: 2

    ## @param timeout - integer - optional - default: 1
    timeout: 1

    ## @param retries - integer - optional - default: 5
    retries: 5

    ## @param discovery_interval - integer - optional - default: 3600
    discovery_interval: 3600

    ## @param discovery_allowed_failures - integer - optional - default: 3
    discovery_allowed_failures: 3

    ## @param enforce_mib_constraints - boolean - optional - default: true
    enforce_mib_constraints: true

    ## @param bulk_threshold - integer - optional - default: 5
    bulk_threshold: 5

    ## @param tags - list of key:value element - optional
    tags:
       - "<KEY_1>:<VALUE_1>"
       - "<KEY_2>:<VALUE_2>"
sysObjectID mapped device profiles

Profiles allow the SNMP check to reuse metric definitions across several device types or instances. Profiles define metrics the same way as instances, either inline in the configuration file or in separate files. Each instance can only match a single profile. For example, you can define a profile in the init_config section:

init_config:
  profiles:
    my-profile:
      definition:
        - MIB: IP-MIB
          table: ipSystemStatsTable
          symbols:
            - ipSystemStatsInReceives
          metric_tags:
            - tag: ipversion
          index: 1
      sysobjectid: '1.3.6.1.4.1.8072.3.2.10'

Then either reference it explicitly by name, or use sysObjectID detection:

instances:
   - ip_address: 192.168.34.10
     profile: my-profile
   - ip_address: 192.168.34.11
     # Don't need anything else here, the check will query the sysObjectID
     # and use the profile if it matches.

If necessary, additional metrics can be defined in the instances. These metrics are collected in addition to those in the profile.

Metric definition by profile

Profiles can be used interchangeably, such that devices that share MIB dependencies can reuse the same profiles. For example, the Cisco c3850 profile can be used across many Cisco switches.

Validation

Run the Agent’s status subcommand and look for snmp under the Checks section.

Data Collected

The SNMP check submits specified metrics under the snmp.* namespace. Metrics collected depends on the integration being configured with the corresponding profile.

Metrics

snmp.devices_monitored
(gauge)
Devices monitored count. Make 'sum by {X}' queries to count all the Devices with the tag X.
snmp.sysUpTimeInstance
(gauge)
The time (in hundredths of a second) since the network management portion of the system was last re-initialized.
snmp.adapterCollisions
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] Total number of single collisions.
snmp.adapterRxBytes
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] Total number of bytes received.
Shown as byte
snmp.adapterRxDropped
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] Total number of receive packets dropped due to overrun.
Shown as packet
snmp.adapterRxErrors
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] Total number of packets received with errors (packets that failed to reach the protocol).
Shown as packet
snmp.adapterRxMulticast
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] Total number of Multicast packets received.
Shown as packet
snmp.adapterRxPackets
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] Total packets received.
Shown as packet
snmp.adapterTxBytes
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] Total number of bytes transmitted.
Shown as byte
snmp.adapterTxDropped
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] Total number of transmit packets dropped due to successive collisions.
Shown as packet
snmp.adapterTxErrors
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] Total number of packets that failed to transmit.
Shown as packet
snmp.adapterTxPackets
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] Total packets transmitted.
Shown as packet
snmp.batteryState
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The current state of the battery.
Shown as packet
snmp.controllerRollUpStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The severity of the controller state.
Shown as packet
snmp.pCIDeviceStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The status of the PCI device.
Shown as packet
snmp.systemSlotStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The status of the system slot.
Shown as packet
snmp.networkDeviceStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The status of the network device.
Shown as packet
snmp.systemBIOSStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The status of the system BIOS.
Shown as packet
snmp.amperageProbeStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The probe status of the amperage probe.
Shown as packet
snmp.amperageProbeReading
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The reading for an amperage probe.
Shown as packet
snmp.voltageProbeStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The probe status of the voltage probe.
Shown as packet
snmp.voltageProbeReading
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The reading for a voltage probe of type.
Shown as packet
snmp.memoryDeviceStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The status of the memory device.
Shown as packet
snmp.drsCMCCurrStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The CMC health status being monitored by the chassis management card.
Shown as packet
snmp.drsGlobalCurrStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The overall chassis status being monitored by the chassis management card.
Shown as packet
snmp.drsPowerCurrStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The power subsystem health status being monitored by the chassis management card.
Shown as packet
snmp.drsRedCurrStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The redundancy status being monitored by the chassis management card.
Shown as packet
snmp.drsGlobalSystemStatus
(count)
[Dell iDRAC] The overall chassis status being monitored by the chassis management card.
Shown as packet
snmp.cefcFRUCurrent
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] Current supplied by the FRU (positive values) or current required to operate the FRU (negative values).
snmp.cefcFRUPowerAdminStatus
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] Administratively desired FRU power state.
snmp.cefcFRUPowerOperStatus
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] Operational FRU power state.
snmp.cieIfInputQueueDrops
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] The number of input packets dropped.
Shown as packet
snmp.cieIfLastInTime
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] The elapsed time in milliseconds since the last protocol input packet was received.
Shown as millisecond
snmp.cieIfLastOutTime
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] The elapsed time in milliseconds since the last protocol output packet was transmitted.
Shown as millisecond
snmp.cieIfOutputQueueDrops
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] The number of output packets dropped by the interface even though no error was detected to prevent them being transmitted.
Shown as packet
snmp.cieIfResetCount
(count)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The number of times the interface was internally reset and brought up.
snmp.cpmCPUMemoryFree
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The overall CPU wide system memory currently free.
snmp.cpmCPUMemoryUsed
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The overall CPU wide system memory currently in use.
snmp.cpmCPUTotalMonIntervalValue
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The overall CPU busy percentage in the last cpmCPUMonInterval period.
Shown as percent
snmp.cpmCPUTotal1minRev
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The overall CPU busy percentage in the last 1 minute period.
Shown as percent
snmp.devClientCount
(gauge)
[Cisco Meraki] The number of clients currently associated with the device.
snmp.devInterfaceRecvBytes
(gauge)
[Cisco Meraki] The number of bytes received on this interface.
Shown as byte
snmp.devInterfaceRecvPkts
(gauge)
[Cisco Meraki] The number of packets received on this interface.
Shown as packet
snmp.devInterfaceSentBytes
(gauge)
[Cisco Meraki] The number of bytes sent on this interface.
Shown as byte
snmp.devInterfaceSentPkts
(gauge)
[Cisco Meraki] The number of packets sent on this interface.
Shown as packet
snmp.devStatus
(gauge)
[Cisco Meraki] The status of the device's connection to the Meraki Cloud Controller
snmp.discovered_devices_count
(gauge)
The total number of devices discovered.
Shown as device
snmp.enclosurePowerSupplyState
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The current state of this power supply unit. Possible states: 1- The current state could not be determined. 2- The power supply unit is operating normally. 3- The power supply unit has encountered a hardware problem or is not responding. 4- The power supply unit is no longer connected to the enclosure or there exists a problem communicating to it. 5- The power supply unit is unstable.
snmp.entSensorValue
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] The most recent measurement seen by the sensor.
snmp.fgSysCpuUsage
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The current CPU usage (percentage).
Shown as percent
snmp.fgSysMemUsage
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The current memory utilization (percentage).
Shown as percent
snmp.fgSysMemCapacity
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The total physical memory (RAM) installed (KB).
Shown as kibibyte
snmp.fgSysLowMemUsage
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The current lowmem utilization (percentage). Lowmem is memory available for the kernel's own data structures and kernel specific tables.
Shown as percent
snmp.fgSysLowMemCapacity
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The total lowmem capacity (KB). Lowmem is memory available for the kernel's own data structures and kernel specific tables.
Shown as kibibyte
snmp.fgSysDiskUsage
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The current hard disk usage (MB) if disk is present.
Shown as percent
snmp.fgSysDiskCapacity
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The total hard disk capacity (MB) if disk is present.
Shown as mebibyte
snmp.fgSysSesCount
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of active sessions on the device.
Shown as session
snmp.fgSysSesRate1
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The average session setup rate over the past minute.
Shown as session
snmp.fgSysSes6Count
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of active ipv6 sessions on the device.
Shown as session
snmp.fgSysSes6Rate1
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The average ipv6 session setup rate over the past minute.
Shown as session
snmp.fgApHTTPConnections
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The current number of HTTP proxy connections.
Shown as connection
snmp.fgApHTTPMaxConnections
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The maximum number of connections supported by HTTP proxy.
Shown as connection
snmp.fgProcessorUsage
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The processor's CPU usage (percentage) which is an average calculated over the last minute.
Shown as percent
snmp.fgProcessorSysUsage
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The processor's CPU system space usage which is an average calculated over the last minute.
Shown as percent
snmp.fgProcessorPktRxCount
(count)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The total number of packets received by this processor.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgProcessorPktRxCount.rate
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The total number of packets received per second by this processor.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgProcessorPktTxCount
(count)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The total number of packets transmitted by this processor.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgProcessorPktTxCount.rate
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The total number of packets transmitted per second by this processor.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgProcessorPktDroppedCount
(count)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The total number of packets dropped by this processor.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgProcessorPktDroppedCount.rate
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The total number of packets dropped per second by this processor.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgVdEntOpMode
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The operation mode of the virtual domain: nat(1) transparent(2).
snmp.fgVdEntHaState
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The HA cluster member state of the virtual domain on this device: master(1) backup(2) standalone(3)
snmp.fgVdEntCpuUsage
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The CPU usage of the virtual domain (percentage).
Shown as percent
snmp.fgVdEntMemUsage
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The memory usage of the virtual domain (percentage).
Shown as percent
snmp.fgVdEntSesCount
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of active sessions on the virtual domain.
Shown as session
snmp.fgVdEntSesRate
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The session setup rate on the virtual domain.
Shown as session
snmp.fgVdNumber
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of virtual domains in vdTable.
snmp.fgVdMaxVdoms
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The maximum number of virtual domains allowed on the device as allowed by hardware and/or licensing.
snmp.fgIntfEntVdom
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The virtual domain the interface belongs to. This index corresponds to the index used by fgVdTable.
snmp.fgFwPolPktCount
(count)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of packets matched to policy (passed or blocked depending on policy action). Count is from the time the policy became active.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgFwPolPktCount.rate
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of packets per second matched to policy (passed or blocked depending on policy action). Count is from the time the policy became active.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgFwPolByteCount
(count)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of bytes in packets matching the policy.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgFwPolByteCount.rate
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of bytes in packets per second matching the policy.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgFwPol6PktCount
(count)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of packets matched to policy (passed or blocked depending on policy action). Count is from the time the policy became active.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgFwPol6PktCount.rate
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of packets per second matched to policy (passed or blocked depending on policy action). Count is from the time the policy became active.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgFwPol6ByteCount
(count)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of bytes in packets matching the policy.
Shown as packet
snmp.fgFwPol6ByteCount.rate
(gauge)
[Fortinet FortiGate] The number of bytes in packets per second matching the policy.
Shown as packet
snmp.ifAdminStatus
(gauge)
[Generic router] [F5 BIG-IP] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The desired state of the interface.
snmp.ifSpeed
(gauge)
[Generic router] An estimate of the interface's current bandwidth in bits per second, or the nominal bandwidth.
snmp.ifHighSpeed
(gauge)
[Generic router] An estimate of the interface's current bandwidth in units of 1,000,000 bits per second, or the nominal bandwidth.
snmp.ifHCInBroadcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The number of packets delivered by this sub-layer to a higher (sub-)layer that were addressed to a broadcast address at this sub-layer.
Shown as packet
snmp.ifHCInOctets
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The total number of octets received on the interface including framing characters.
snmp.ifHCInUcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The number of packets delivered by this sub-layer to a higher (sub-)layer that were not addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at this sub-layer.
Shown as packet
snmp.ifHCOutBroadcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The total number of packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted that were addressed to a broadcast address at this sub-layer, including those that were discarded or not sent.
Shown as packet
snmp.ifHCOutMulticastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The total number of packets that higher-level protocols requested be transmitted that were addressed to a multicast address at this sub-layer including those that were discarded or not sent.
Shown as packet
snmp.ifHCOutOctets
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The total number of octets transmitted out of the interface including framing characters.
snmp.ifHCOutUcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The total number of packets higher-level protocols requested be transmitted that were not addressed to a multicast or broadcast address at this sub-layer including those that were discarded or not sent.
Shown as packet
snmp.ifInDiscards
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The number of inbound packets chosen to be discarded even though no errors had been detected to prevent them being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol.
Shown as packet
snmp.ifInErrors
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus][Cisco ASA 5525] [F5 BIG-IP] The number of inbound packets that contained errors preventing them from being deliverable to a higher-layer protocol.
Shown as packet
snmp.ifOperStatus
(gauge)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The current operational state of the interface.
snmp.ifOutDiscards
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The number of outbound packets chosen to be discarded even though no errors had been detected to prevent them being transmitted.
Shown as packet
snmp.ifOutErrors
(count)
[Generic router] [F5 BIG-IP] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The number of outbound packets that could not be transmitted because of errors.
Shown as packet
snmp.ipIfStatsHCInBcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP broadcast datagrams received.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCInDelivers
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of datagrams successfully delivered to IP user-protocols (including ICMP).
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCInForwDatagrams
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input datagrams for which this entity was not their final IP destination and for which this entity attempted to find a route to forward them to that final destination.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCInMcastOctets
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of octets received in IP multicast datagrams.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCInMcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP multicast datagrams received.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCInOctets
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of octets received in input IP datagrams including those received in error.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCOutBcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP broadcast datagrams transmitted.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCOutForwDatagrams
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of datagrams for which this entity was not their final IP destination and for which it was successful in finding a path to their final destination.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCOutMcastOctets
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of octets transmitted in IP multicast datagrams.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCOutMcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP multicast datagrams received.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCOutOctets
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of octets in IP datagrams delivered to the lower layers for transmission.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCOutRequests
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of IP datagrams that local IP user-protocols (including ICMP) supplied to IP in requests for transmission.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsHCOutTransmits
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of IP datagrams that this entity supplied to the lower layers for transmission.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsInAddrErrors
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input IP datagrams discarded because the IP address in their IP header's destination field was not a valid address to be received at this entity.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsInDiscards
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input IP datagrams for which no problems were encountered to prevent their continued processing, but were discarded due to other reasons, for example lack of buffer space.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsInHdrErrors
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input IP datagrams discarded due to errors in their IP headers including version number mismatch, other format errors, hop count exceeded, errors discovered in processing their IP options, etc.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsInNoRoutes
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input IP datagrams discarded because no route could be found to transmit them to their destination.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsInTruncatedPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input IP datagrams discarded because the datagram frame didn't carry enough data.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsInUnknownProtos
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of locally-addressed IP datagrams received successfully but discarded because of an unknown or unsupported protocol.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsOutDiscards
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of output IP datagrams for which no problem was encountered to prevent their transmission to their destination, but were discarded due to other reasons, for example lack of buffer space.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsOutFragCreates
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of output datagram fragments generated as a result of IP fragmentation.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsOutFragFails
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP datagrams discarded because they needed to be fragmented but could not be.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsOutFragOKs
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP datagrams successfully fragmented.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsOutFragReqds
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP datagrams requiring fragmentation to be transmitted.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsReasmFails
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of failures detected by the IP reassembly algorithm (for whatever reason: timed out, errors, etc.).
snmp.ipIfStatsReasmOKs
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP datagrams successfully reassembled.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipIfStatsReasmReqds
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP fragments received that needed to be reassembled at this interface.
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCInBcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP broadcast datagrams received.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCInDelivers
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of datagrams successfully delivered to IP user-protocols (including ICMP).
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCInForwDatagrams
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input datagrams for which this entity was not their final IP destination and for which this entity attempted to find a route to forward them to that final destination.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCInMcastOctets
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of octets received in IP multicast datagrams.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCInMcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP multicast datagrams received.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCInOctets
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of octets received in input IP datagrams including those received in error.
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCInReceives
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of input IP datagrams received including those received in error.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCOutBcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP broadcast datagrams transmitted.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCOutForwDatagrams
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of datagrams for which this entity was not their final IP destination and for which it was successful in finding a path to their final destination.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCOutMcastOctets
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of octets transmitted in IP multicast datagrams.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCOutMcastPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP multicast datagrams transmitted.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCOutOctets
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of octets in IP datagrams delivered to the lower layers for transmission.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCOutRequests
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of IP datagrams that local IP user-protocols (including ICMP) supplied to IP in requests for transmission.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsHCOutTransmits
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of IP datagrams that this entity supplied to the lower layers for transmission.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsInAddrErrors
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input IP datagrams discarded because the IP address in the header's destination field was not a valid address to be received at this entity.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsInDiscards
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input IP datagrams for which no problems were encountered to prevent their continued processing, but were discarded due to other reasons, for example lack of buffer space.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsInHdrErrors
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input IP datagrams discarded due to errors in their IP headers including version number mismatch, their IP headers, other format errors, hop count exceeded, errors discovered in processing their IP options, etc.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsInNoRoutes
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input IP datagrams discarded because no route could be found to transmit them to their destination.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsInTruncatedPkts
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of input IP datagrams discarded because the datagram frame didn't carry enough data.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsInUnknownProtos
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of locally-addressed IP datagrams received successfully but discarded because of an unknown or unsupported protocol.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsOutDiscards
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of output IP datagrams for which no problem was encountered to prevent their transmission to their destination, but were discarded due to other reasons, for example lack of buffer space.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsOutFragCreates
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of output datagram fragments generated as a result of IP fragmentation.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsOutFragFails
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP datagrams discarded because they needed to be fragmented but could not be.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsOutFragOKs
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP datagrams successfully fragmented.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsOutFragReqds
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP datagrams that would require fragmentation to be transmitted.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsOutNoRoutes
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of locally generated IP datagrams discarded because no route could be found to transmit them to their destination.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsReasmFails
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of failures detected by the IP reassembly algorithm (for whatever reason: timed out, errors, etc.).
snmp.ipSystemStatsReasmOKs
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP datagrams successfully reassembled.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ipSystemStatsReasmReqds
(count)
[Generic router] [Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of IP fragments received that needed to be reassembled at this interface.
snmp.physicalDiskCapacityInMB
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The size of the physical disk in megabytes.
Shown as mebibyte
snmp.physicalDiskFreeSpaceInMB
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The amount of free space in megabytes on the physical disk.
Shown as mebibyte
snmp.physicalDiskState
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The current state of this physical disk. See Dell documentation to learn more: https://dtdg.co/snmp-physical-disk-state
snmp.physicalDiskUsedSpaceInMB
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The amount of used space in megabytes on the physical disk.
Shown as mebibyte
snmp.sysClientsslStatCurConns
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of concurrent connections with established SSL sessions being maintained by the filter.
snmp.sysClientsslStatDecryptedBytesIn
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total decrypted bytes received.
Shown as byte
snmp.sysClientsslStatDecryptedBytesOut
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total decrypted bytes sent.
Shown as byte
snmp.sysClientsslStatEncryptedBytesIn
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total encrypted bytes received.
Shown as byte
snmp.sysClientsslStatEncryptedBytesOut
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total encrypted bytes sent.
Shown as byte
snmp.sysClientsslStatHandshakeFailures
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of handshake failures.
snmp.sysGlobalHostOtherMemoryTotal
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total other non-TMM memory in bytes for the system.
Shown as byte
snmp.sysGlobalHostOtherMemoryUsed
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The other non-TMM memory in bytes currently in use for the system.
Shown as byte
snmp.sysGlobalHostSwapTotal
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total swap in bytes for the system.
Shown as byte
snmp.sysGlobalHostSwapUsed
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The swap in bytes currently in use for the system.
Shown as byte
snmp.sysGlobalTmmStatMemoryTotal
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total memory available in bytes for TMM (Traffic Management Module).
Shown as byte
snmp.sysGlobalTmmStatMemoryUsed
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The memory in use in bytes for TMM (Traffic Management Module).
Shown as byte
snmp.sysMultiHostCpuIdle
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The time spent by the specified processor doing nothing for the associated host.
snmp.sysMultiHostCpuIowait
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The time spent by the specified processor waiting for external I/O to complete for the associated host.
snmp.sysMultiHostCpuIrq
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The time spent by the specified processor servicing hardware interrupts for the associated host.
snmp.sysMultiHostCpuNice
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The time spent by the specified processor running niced processes for the associated host.
snmp.sysMultiHostCpuSoftirq
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The time spent by the specified processor servicing soft interrupts for the associated host.
snmp.sysMultiHostCpuSystem
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The time spent by the specified processor servicing system calls for the associated host.
snmp.sysMultiHostCpuUser
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The time spent by the specified processor in user context for the associated host.
snmp.sysStatMemoryTotal
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total memory available in bytes for TMM (Traffic Management Module).
Shown as byte
snmp.sysStatMemoryUsed
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The memory in use in bytes for TMM (Traffic Management Module).
Shown as byte
snmp.sysTcpStatAcceptfails
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of connections not accepted.
snmp.sysTcpStatAccepts
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of connections accepted.
snmp.sysTcpStatCloseWait
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of current connections in CLOSE-WAIT/LAST-ACK.
snmp.sysTcpStatConnects
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of connections established.
snmp.sysTcpStatConnfails
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of connection failures.
snmp.sysTcpStatFinWait
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of current connections in FIN-WAIT/CLOSING.
snmp.sysTcpStatOpen
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of current open connections.
snmp.sysTcpStatTimeWait
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of current connections in TIME-WAIT.
snmp.systemStateAmperageStatusCombined
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined status of all amperage probes of this system.
snmp.systemStateChassisIntrusionStatusCombined
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined status of all intrusion detection devices of this system chassis.
snmp.systemStateChassisStatus
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The status of this system chassis.
snmp.systemStateCoolingDeviceStatusCombined
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined status of all cooling devices of this system.
snmp.systemStateCoolingUnitStatusCombined
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined status of all cooling units of this system.
snmp.systemStateCoolingUnitStatusRedundancy
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined redundancy status of all cooling units of this system.
snmp.systemStateMemoryDeviceStatusCombined
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined status of all memory devices of this system.
snmp.systemStatePowerSupplyStatusCombined
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined status of all power supplies of this system.
snmp.systemStatePowerUnitStatusCombined
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined status of all power units of this chassis.
snmp.systemStatePowerUnitStatusRedundancy
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined redundancy status of all power units of this system.
snmp.systemStateProcessorDeviceStatusCombined
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined status of all processor devices of this system.
snmp.systemStateTemperatureStatisticsStatusCombined
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined status of all temperature statistics objects of this system.
snmp.systemStateTemperatureStatusCombined
(gauge)
[Dell iDRAC] The combined status of all temperature probes of this system.
snmp.cpqHeResMem2ModuleCondition
(gauge)
[HPE Proliant] The current status of the correctable memory errors for this memory module.
snmp.cpqHeFltTolPowerSupplyStatus
(gauge)
[HPE Proliant] The status of the power supply.
snmp.cpqHeFltTolPowerSupplyCapacityUsed
(gauge)
[HPE Proliant] The currently used capacity of the power supply in watts.
Shown as watt
snmp.cpqHeFltTolPowerSupplyCapacityMaximum
(gauge)
[HPE Proliant] The maximum capacity of the power supply in watts.
Shown as watt
snmp.cpqHeThermalCondition
(gauge)
[HPE Proliant] The overall condition of the system's thermal environment.
snmp.cpqHeSysUtilLifeTime
(gauge)
[HPE Proliant] The total time (in minutes) the system has been in full operation (while the server health supporting software was running).
Shown as minute
snmp.cpqHeFltTolPwrSupplyStatus
(gauge)
[HPE Proliant] The status of the fault tolerant power supply.
snmp.cpqHeFltTolPwrSupplyState
(gauge)
[HPE Proliant] The fault tolerant state of this adapter.
snmp.cpqDaCntlrCondition
(gauge)
[HPE Proliant] The condition of the device. This value represents the overall condition of this controller, and any associated logical drives, physical drives, and cache modules.
snmp.sysUdpStatAcceptfails
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of connections not accepted.
snmp.sysUdpStatAccepts
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of connections accepted.
snmp.sysUdpStatConnects
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of connections established.
snmp.sysUdpStatConnfails
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of connection failures.
snmp.sysUdpStatOpen
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of current open connections.
snmp.tcpActiveOpens
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of times that TCP connections have made a direct transition to the SYN-SENT state from the CLOSED state.
snmp.tcpAttemptFails
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of times that TCP connections have made a direct transition to the CLOSED state from either the SYN-SENT state or the SYN-RCVD state, or to the LISTEN state from the SYN-RCVD state.
snmp.tcpCurrEstab
(gauge)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of TCP connections for which the current state is either ESTABLISHED or CLOSE-WAIT.
snmp.tcpEstabResets
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of times that TCP connections have made a direct transition to the CLOSED state from either the ESTABLISHED state or the CLOSE-WAIT state.
snmp.tcpHCInSegs
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of segments received, including those received in error.
Shown as segment
snmp.tcpHCOutSegs
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of segments sent, including those on current connections but excluding those containing only retransmitted octets.
Shown as segment
snmp.tcpInErrs
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of segments received in error (e.g., bad TCP checksums).
Shown as segment
snmp.tcpOutRsts
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of TCP segments sent containing the RST flag.
Shown as segment
snmp.tcpPassiveOpens
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of times TCP connections have made a direct transition to the SYN-RCVD state from the LISTEN state.
Shown as connection
snmp.tcpRetransSegs
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of segments retransmitted; that is, the number of TCP segments transmitted containing one or more previously transmitted octets.
Shown as segment
snmp.udpHCInDatagrams
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of UDP datagrams delivered to UDP users, for devices that can receive more than 1 million UDP datagrams per second.
Shown as datagram
snmp.udpHCOutDatagrams
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of UDP datagrams sent from this entity, for devices that can transmit more than 1 million UDP datagrams per second.
Shown as datagram
snmp.udpInErrors
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The number of received UDP datagrams that could not be delivered for reasons other than the lack of an application at the destination port.
Shown as datagram
snmp.udpNoPorts
(count)
[Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] [Checkpoint Firewall] [F5 BIG-IP] [HPE Proliant] [Palo Alto] [Dell Poweredge] The total number of received UDP datagrams for which there was no application at the destination port.
Shown as datagram
snmp.ospfNbrState
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The state of the relationship with this neighbor.
snmp.ospfNbrEvents
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The number of times this neighbor relationship has changed state or an error has occurred.
snmp.ospfNbrLsRetransQLen
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The current length of the retransmission queue.
snmp.ospfVirtNbrState
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The state of the virtual neighbor relationship.
snmp.ospfVirtNbrEvents
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The number of times this virtual link has changed its state or an error has occurred.
snmp.ospfVirtNbrLsRetransQLen
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The current length of the retransmission queue.
snmp.ospfIfRetransInterval
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The number of seconds between link state advertisement retransmissions, for adjacencies belonging to this interface.
Shown as second
snmp.ospfIfState
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The OSPF Interface State.
snmp.ospfIfLsaCount
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The total number of link-local link state advertisements in this interface's link-local link state database.
snmp.ospfVirtIfRetransInterval
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The number of seconds between link state avertisement retransmissions, for adjacencies belonging to this interface.
Shown as second
snmp.ospfVirtIfState
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] OSPF virtual interface states.
snmp.ospfVirtIfLsaCount
(count)
[Arista] [Aruba] [Generic router] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Palo Alto] [F5 BIG-IP] The total number of link-local link state advertisements in this virtual interface's link-local link state database.
snmp.entPhySensorValue
(gauge)
[Cisco ASA 5525] [Arista] The most recent measurement obtained by the agent for this sensor.
snmp.multiProcUserTime
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Percentage of CPU utilization for user mode processes.
Shown as percent
snmp.multiProcSystemTime
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Percentage of CPU utilization for kernel mode processes.
Shown as percent
snmp.multiProcIdleTime
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Percentage of CPU idle time.
Shown as percent
snmp.multiProcUsage
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Percentage of CPU utilization.
Shown as percent
snmp.procNum
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Number of machine cores.
Shown as core
snmp.memTotalReal64
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Total real memory in bytes. Memory used by applications.
Shown as byte
snmp.memActiveReal64
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Active real memory (memory used by applications that is not cached to the disk) in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.memFreeReal64
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Free memory available for applications in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.memTotalVirtual64
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] The size in bytes of the virtual-memory working segment pages.
Shown as byte
snmp.memActiveVirtual64
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] The size in bytes of the virtual-memory working segment pages that have actually been touched.
Shown as byte
snmp.multiDiskSize
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Total partition size in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.multiDiskUsed
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Disk used in partition in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.multiDiskFreeTotalBytes
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Total free disk in partition in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.multiDiskFreeAvailableBytes
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Available free disk in partition (not reserved by the OS) in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.multiDiskFreeTotalPercent
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Percentage of total free disk in partition.
Shown as percent
snmp.multiDiskFreeAvailablePercent
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Percentage of available free disk in partition.
Shown as percent
snmp.fanSpeedSensorValue
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Fan rotations per minute.
Shown as hertz
snmp.fanSpeedSensorStatus
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] 0 = OK Otherwise = problem
snmp.tempertureSensorValue
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Temperature in Celsius.
Shown as degree celsius
snmp.tempertureSensorStatus
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] 0 = OK Otherwise = Problem
snmp.fwAccepted
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Number of accepted packets.
Shown as packet
snmp.fwDropped
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Number of dropped packets.
Shown as packet
snmp.fwRejected
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Number of rejected packets.
Shown as packet
snmp.fwNumConn
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Number of concurrent IPv6 and IPv4 connections.
Shown as connection
snmp.fwPeakNumConn
(gauge)
[Checkpoint Firewall] Peak number of concurrent connections since last reboot.
Shown as connection
snmp.sysExtFanStatus
(gauge)
[Aruba] Status of the Fan.
snmp.sysExtPowerSupplyStatus
(gauge)
[Aruba] Status of Power supply
snmp.sysExtProcessorLoad
(gauge)
[Aruba] The average of the percentage of time that this processor was not idle (over last minute).
snmp.sysExtMemorySize
(gauge)
[Aruba] Total memory in KB.
snmp.sysExtMemoryUsed
(gauge)
[Aruba] Used memory in KB.
snmp.sysExtMemoryFree
(gauge)
[Aruba] Free memory in KB.
snmp.wlsxSysExtPacketLossPercent
(gauge)
[Aruba] The packet loss count of the switch.
snmp.cpiPduNumberBranches
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The number of branches (breakers) in the PDU.
snmp.cpiPduNumberOutlets
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The number of outlets in the PDU.
snmp.cpiPduOutOfService
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] Whether the PDU is in-service.
snmp.cpiPduUpgrade
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] Indicates if the PDU firmware is being upgraded.
snmp.cpiPduChainRole
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] Get the role of the PDU in a daisy chain.
snmp.cpiPduTotalPower
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] Get the power in volt-amps for the entire PDU.
snmp.cpiPduEasStatus
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] Indicates if the Electronic Access Control system is ready, inactive, or error state.
snmp.cpiPduDoorStatus
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] Indicates if the door sensor is closed or open.
snmp.cpiPduLockStatus
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] Indicates if the lock is closed or open.
snmp.cpiPduSensorValue
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The value of the sensor.
snmp.cpiPduLineCurrent
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The current draw in 1/100 amp of the line on the PDU.
snmp.cpiPduBranchCurrent
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The current draw in 1/100 amp of the branch on the PDU.
snmp.cpiPduBranchMaxCurrent
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The maximum current draw in 1/100 amp of the branch on the PDU.
snmp.cpiPduBranchVoltage
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The voltage in 1/10 volts of the branch on the PDU.
snmp.cpiPduBranchPower
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The power in volt-amps for the branch.
snmp.cpiPduBranchPowerFactor
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The power factor for the branch.
snmp.cpiPduBranchStatus
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] Get the alarm status of the branch.
snmp.cpiPduBranchEnergy
(count)
[Chatsworth] Get the branch energy accumulated in decaVA-secs.
snmp.cpiPduOutletCurrent
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] Get the current draw in 1/100 amp of the outlet on the PDU.
snmp.cpiPduOutletVoltage
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] Get the voltage in 1/10 volts of the outlet on the PDU.
snmp.cpiPduOutletPower
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The power in Volt-Amps of the outlet on the PDU.
snmp.cpiPduOutletStatus
(gauge)
[Chatsworth] The alarm status of the outlet.
snmp.cpiPduOutletEnergy
(count)
[Chatsworth] The outlet energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs.
snmp.currentxy1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The XY1 branch current draw in 1/100 amp.
snmp.currentxy2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The XY2 branch current draw in 1/100 amp.
snmp.currentyz1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The YZ1 branch current draw in 1/100 amp.
snmp.currentyz2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The YZ2 branch current draw in 1/100 amp.
snmp.currentzx1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The ZX1 branch current draw in 1/100 amp.
snmp.currentzx2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The ZX2 branch current draw in 1/100 amp.
snmp.energyxy1s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The XY1 branch energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.energyxy2s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The XY2 branch energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.energyyz1s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The YZ1 branch energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.energyyz2s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The YZ2 branch energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.energyzx1s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The ZX1 branch energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.energyzx2s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The ZX2 branch energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.humidityProbe1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The probe 1 humidity in 1/100 %.
snmp.humidityProbe2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The probe 2 humidity in 1/100 %.
snmp.line1curr
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] Line 1 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.line2curr
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] Line 2 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.line3curr
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] Line 3 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outOfService
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] Whether the PDU is in-service.
snmp.outlet10Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet10 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet11Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet11 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet12Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet12 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet13Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet13 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet14Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet14 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet15Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet15 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet16Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet16 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet17Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet17 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet18Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet18 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet19Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet19 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet1Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet1 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet20Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet20 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet21Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet21 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet22Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet22 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet23Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet23 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet24Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet24 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet2Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet2 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet3Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet3 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet4Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet4 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet5Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet5 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet6Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet6 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet7Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet7 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet8Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet8 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.outlet9Current
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet9 current draw in 1/100 Amps.
snmp.pduRole
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] PDU Role, 1 = primary, 0 = secondary.
snmp.powerFactxy1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch XY1 power factor.
snmp.powerFactxy2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch XY2 power factor.
snmp.powerFactyz1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch YZ1 power factor.
snmp.powerFactyz2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch YZ2 power factor.
snmp.powerFactzx1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch ZX1 power factor.
snmp.powerFactzx2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch ZX2 power factor.
snmp.powerxy1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch XY1 power consumption in Watts.
snmp.powerxy2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch XY2 power consumption in Watts.
snmp.poweryz1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch YZ1 power consumption in Watts.
snmp.poweryz2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch YZ2 power consumption in Watts.
snmp.powerzx1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch ZX1 power consumption in Watts.
snmp.powerzx2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch ZX2 power consumption in Watts.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet10s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet10 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet11s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet11 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet12s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet12 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet13s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet13 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet14s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet14 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet15s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet15 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet16s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet16 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet17s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet17 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet18s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet18 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet19s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet19 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet1s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet1 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet20s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet20 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet21s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet21 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet22s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet22 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet23s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet23 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet24s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet24 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet2s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet2 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet3s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet3 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet4s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet4 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet5s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet5 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet6s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet6 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet7s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet7 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet8s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet8 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.receptacleEnergyoutlet9s
(count)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The outlet9 receptacle energy accumulated in decaWatt-secs, divide by 360 to obtain Watt-hr.
snmp.temperatureProbe1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The probe 1 temperature in 1/100 degree Fahrenheit.
snmp.temperatureProbe2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The probe 2 temperature in 1/100 degree Fahrenheit.
snmp.voltagexy1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch XY1 voltage in 1/10 volts.
snmp.voltagexy2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch XY2 voltage in 1/10 volts.
snmp.voltageyz1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch YZ1 voltage in 1/10 volts.
snmp.voltageyz2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch YZ2 voltage in 1/10 volts.
snmp.voltagezx1
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch ZX1 voltage in 1/10 volts.
snmp.voltagezx2
(gauge)
[Legacy Chatsworth] The branch ZX2 voltage in 1/10 volts.
snmp.aristaEgressQueuePktsDropped
(gauge)
[Arista] The number of packets discarded from this egress queue.
snmp.aristaIngressQueuePktsDropped
(gauge)
[Arista] The number of dropped packets due to congestion at the ingress port in an interface.
snmp.entPhySensorOperStatus
(gauge)
[Arista] The operational status of the sensor.
snmp.quotaHardThreshold
(rate)
[Isilon] The hard threshold in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.quotaSoftThreshold
(rate)
[Isilon] The soft threshold in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.quotaUsage
(rate)
[Isilon] The current quota usage in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.quotaAdvisoryThreshold
(rate)
[Isilon] The advisory threshold in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.latencyAverage
(gauge)
[Isilon] The average latency in microseconds for all operations for the protocol.
Shown as microsecond
snmp.latencyMax
(gauge)
[Isilon] The The maximum latency in microseconds for all operations for the protocol.
Shown as microsecond
snmp.latencyMin
(gauge)
[Isilon] The minimum latency in microseconds for all operations for the protocol.
Shown as microsecond
snmp.protocolOpsPerSecond
(gauge)
[Isilon] The number of operations per second for the last 5 second.
Shown as operation
snmp.nodeIfsInBytes
(rate)
[Isilon] The number of bytes into /ifs through this node.
Shown as byte
snmp.nodeIfsOutBytes
(rate)
[Isilon] The number of bytes out of /ifs through this node.
Shown as byte
snmp.clusterIfsOutBytes
(rate)
[Isilon] The number of bytes out of /ifs.
Shown as byte
snmp.clusterIfsInBytes
(rate)
[Isilon] The cumulative number of bytes into /ifs.
Shown as byte
snmp.clusterHealth
(gauge)
[Isilon] The overall health of the cluster.
snmp.nodeHealth
(gauge)
[Isilon] The overall health of the node.
snmp.fanSpeed
(gauge)
[Isilon] The current speed of the fan in revolutions per minute
snmp.ifsUsedBytes
(rate)
[Isilon] The number of bytes used in the /ifs filesystem.
Shown as byte
snmp.ifsTotalBytes
(rate)
[Isilon] The total cluster capacity of the /ifs filesystem in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.diskSizeBytes
(rate)
[Isilon] The size of the disk in bytes.
Shown as byte
snmp.upsAdvBatteryNumOfBadBattPacks
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The number of external battery packs connected to the UPS that are defective.
Shown as unit
snmp.upsAdvBatteryReplaceIndicator
(gauge)
[APC UPS] Indicates whether the UPS batteries need replacing.
Shown as event
snmp.upsAdvBatteryRunTimeRemaining
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The UPS battery run time remaining before battery exhaustion.
Shown as time
snmp.upsAdvBatteryTemperature
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The current internal UPS temperature expressed in Celsius.
Shown as degree celsius
snmp.upsAdvBatteryCapacity
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The remaining battery capacity expressed in percent of full capacity.
Shown as percent
snmp.upsHighPrecInputFrequency
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The current input frequency to the UPS system in tenths of Hz.
Shown as hertz
snmp.upsHighPrecInputLineVoltage
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The current utility line voltage in tenths of VAC.
snmp.upsHighPrecOutputCurrent
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The current in tenths of amperes drawn by the load on the UPS.
snmp.upsAdvInputLineFailCause
(gauge)
[APC UPS] Error status of last failed transfer to UPS battery power.
snmp.upsAdvOutputLoad
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The current UPS load expressed in percent of rated capacity.
Shown as percent
snmp.upsBasicBatteryTimeOnBattery
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The elapsed time since the UPS has switched to battery power.
Shown as time
snmp.upsAdvTestDiagnosticsResults
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The results of the last UPS diagnostics test performed.
snmp.ciscoEnvMonTemperatureStatusValue
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The current value of the testpoint being instrumented.
snmp.ciscoEnvMonSupplyState
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The current state of the power supply being instrumented.
snmp.ciscoEnvMonFanState
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The current state of the fan being instrumented.
snmp.cswStackPortOperStatus
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The state of the stackport.
snmp.cswSwitchState
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The current state of a switch.
snmp.cefcFanTrayOperStatus
(gauge)
[Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] The operational state of the fan or fan tray.
snmp.ciscoMemoryPoolUsed
(gauge)
[Cisco ASA 5525] Indicates the number of bytes from the memory pool that are currently in use by applications on the managed device.
snmp.ciscoMemoryPoolFree
(gauge)
[Cisco ASA 5525] Indicates the number of bytes from the memory pool that are currently unused on the managed device.
snmp.ciscoMemoryPoolLargestFree
(gauge)
[Cisco ASA 5525] Indicates the largest number of contiguous bytes from the memory pool that are currently unused on the managed device.
snmp.cfwConnectionStatCount
(rate)
[Cisco ASA 5525] This is an integer that contains the value of the resource statistic.
snmp.cfwHardwareStatusValue
(gauge)
[Cisco ASA 5525] This object contains the current status of the resource.
snmp.cvsChassisUpTime
(gauge)
[Cisco ASA 5525] The time (in hundredths of a second) since the chassis device was last re-initialized.
Shown as time
snmp.hrSWRunPerfMem
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The total amount of real system memory allocated to this process.
snmp.hrSWRunPerfCPU
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of centi-seconds of the total system's CPU resources consumed by this process.
snmp.hrSWRunStatus
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The status of this running piece of software.
snmp.ccvpSipIntAvgLatency1
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The average period of time elapsed between the arrival of a CONNECT message from ICM and when the call is actually answered, on the first transfer request for the calls
snmp.ccvpSipIntAvgLatency2
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The average period of time between the arrival of a CONNECT message from ICM and when the call is actually answered, on the second and subsequent transfer request for the call.
snmp.ccvpSipIntConnectsRcv
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of CONNECT messages received by the SIP service in order to perform a Customer Voice Portal transfer, since system start.
snmp.ccvpSipIntNewCalls
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of SIP INVITE messages received by CVP since system start time.
snmp.ccvpSipRtActiveCalls
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The count of active calls being handled by the CVP SIP service.
snmp.ccvpSipRtTotalCallLegs
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The count of the number of SIP call legs being handled by the SIP service.
snmp.ccvpLicAggMaxPortsInUse
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The peak number of simultaneous port licenses used since the start of the system.
snmp.ccvpLicRtPortsInUse
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of port licenses currently in use on the call server.
snmp.ccmRegisteredGateways
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of gateways that are registered and actively in communication with the local call manager.
snmp.ccmRegisteredPhones
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of phones that are registered and actively in communication with the local call manager.
snmp.ccmRejectedPhones
(rate)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of phones whose registration requests were rejected by the local call manager.
snmp.ccmUnregisteredPhones
(rate)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of phones that are unregistered or have lost contact with the local call manager.
snmp.cvCallVolPeerIncomingCalls
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The total number of active calls that has selected the dialpeer as an incoming dialpeer.
snmp.cvCallVolPeerOutgoingCalls
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The total number of active calls that has selected the dialpeer as an outgoing dialpeer.
snmp.cvCallVolMediaIncomingCalls
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The total number of inbound active media calls through this IP interface.
snmp.cvCallVolMediaOutgoingCalls
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The total number of outbound active media calls through the IP interface.
snmp.dialCtlPeerStatsAcceptCalls
(count)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of calls from this peer accepted since system startup.
snmp.dialCtlPeerStatsFailCalls
(count)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431]The number of failed call attempts to this peer since system startup.
snmp.dialCtlPeerStatsRefuseCalls
(count)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of calls from this peer refused since system startup.
snmp.dialCtlPeerStatsSuccessCalls
(count)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of completed calls to this peer.
snmp.cccaPimStatus
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The last known status of the enterprise contact center application peripheral interface manager functional component.
snmp.cccaRouterAgentsLoggedOn
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The number of contact center agents currently managed by the enterprise contact center application.
snmp.cccaRouterCallsInProgress
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The current number of active (voice) calls being managed by the enterprise contact center application.
snmp.cccaRouterCallsInQueue
(gauge)
[Cisco UC Virtual Machine] [Cisco ICM] [Cisco ISR 4431] The total number of calls queued in all network Voice Response Units (VRUs) from the router's perspective.
snmp.panEntityTotalPowerAvail
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Total Power Available on the system (in watts).
snmp.panEntityTotalPowerUsed
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Total Power Used on the system (in watts).
snmp.panEntryFRUModulePowerUsed
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Power used by the FRU Module (in watts).
snmp.panEntryFRUModuleNumPorts
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Number of Ports on the FRU Module.
snmp.panEntryFanTrayPowerUsed
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Power used by the Fan Tray (in watts).
snmp.panSessionUtilization
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Session table utilization percentage. Values should be between 0 and 100.
snmp.panSessionMax
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Total number of sessions supported.
Shown as session
snmp.panSessionActive
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Total number of active sessions.
Shown as session
snmp.panSessionActiveTcp
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Total number of active TCP sessions.
Shown as session
snmp.panSessionActiveUdp
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Total number of active UDP sessions.
Shown as session
snmp.panSessionActiveICMP
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Total number of active ICMP sessions.
Shown as session
snmp.panSessionActiveSslProxy
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Total number of active SSL proxy sessions.
Shown as session
snmp.panSessionSslProxyUtilization
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] SSL proxy Session utilization percentage.
Shown as session
snmp.panGPGWUtilizationPct
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] GlobalProtect Gateway utilization percentage.
Shown as percent
snmp.panGPGWUtilizationMaxTunnels
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Maximum tunnels allowed.
snmp.panGPGWUtilizationActiveTunnels
(gauge)
[Palo Alto] Number of active tunnels.
snmp.ltmVirtualServNumber
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of virtual servers.
snmp.ltmVirtualServEnabled
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] Whether a given virtual server is enabled.
snmp.ltmVirtualServConnLimit
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The maximum number of connections on a virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatClientPktsIn
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of packets received per second by a given virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatClientBytesIn
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of bytes received per second by a given virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatClientPktsOut
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of packets sent per second by a given virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatClientBytesOut
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP The number of bytes sent per second by a given virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatNoNodesErrors
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of times the number of active nodes went to zero.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatClientTotConns
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of client connections on a given virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatTotRequests
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of requests on a given virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatClientEvictedConns
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of connections evicted on a given virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatClientSlowKilled
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of slow connections killed on a given virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatClientCurConns
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of connections to a given virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatVsUsageRatio5s
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The percentage of time a given virtual server was busy over the last 5 seconds.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatVsUsageRatio1m
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The percentage of time a given virtual server was busy over the last minute.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatVsUsageRatio5m
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The percentage of time a given virtual server was busy over the last 5 minutes.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatCurrentConnsPerSec
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current rate of connections to a given virtual server.
snmp.ltmVirtualServStatDurationRateExceeded
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The cumulative amount of time a given virtual server exceeded its connection rate limit.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrNumber
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of nodes.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrConnLimit
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The maximum number of open connections on a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrRatio
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The load balancing ration on a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrDynamicRatio
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The load balancing dynamic ration on a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrMonitorState
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The internal TMM monitor state for a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrMonitorStatus
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The load balancing state for a given node (including parent status).
snmp.ltmNodeAddrStatServerPktsIn
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of packets received per second by a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrStatServerBytesIn
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of bytes received per second by a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrStatServerPktsOut
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of packets sent per second by a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrStatServerBytesOut
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of bytes sent per second by a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrStatServerTotConns
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of server connections to a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrStatTotRequests
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of requests processed by a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrStatServerCurConns
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of server connections to a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrStatCurSessions
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of sessions going through a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrStatCurrentConnsPerSec
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current rate of connections to a given node.
snmp.ltmNodeAddrStatDurationRateExceeded
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The cumulative amount of time a given node exceeded its connection rate limit.
snmp.ltmPoolNumber
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of pools.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberCnt
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of members in a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolActiveMemberCnt
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of active members in a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolDynamicRatioSum
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The load balancing ratio of a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatServerPktsIn
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of packets received per second by a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatServerBytesIn
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of bytes received per second by a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatServerPktsOut
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of packets sent per second by a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatServerBytesOut
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of bytes sent per second by a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatServerTotConns
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of connections to a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatConnqServiced
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of connections that have been removed from the queue of a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatTotRequests
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of requests processed by a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatServerCurConns
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of server connections to a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatConnqDepth
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of connections in the queue of a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatConnqAgeHead
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] Age in milliseconds of the oldest connection in the queue of a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolStatCurSessions
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of sessions to a given pool.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberNumber
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current total number of pool members.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberConnLimit
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The maximum number of connections to a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberRatio
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The load balancing ratio of a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberDynamicRatio
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The load balancing dynamic ratio of a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberMonitorState
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The internal TMM monitor state of a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberMonitorStatus
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The load balancing status of a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberSessionStatus
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current policy for new sessions on a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatServerPktsIn
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of packets received per second by a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatServerBytesIn
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of bytes received per second by a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatServerPktsOut
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of packets sent per second by a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatServerBytesOut
(rate)
[F5 BIG-IP] The number of bytes sent per second by a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatServerTotConns
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of server connections to a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatTotRequests
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of requests processed by a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatConnqServiced
(count)
[F5 BIG-IP] The total number of connections that have been removed from the queue of a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatServerCurConns
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of server connections to a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatConnqDepth
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of connections in the queue of a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatConnqAgeHead
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] Age in milliseconds of the oldest connection in the queue of a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatCurSessions
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current number of sessions to a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatCurrentConnsPerSec
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The current rate of connections to a given pool member.
snmp.ltmPoolMemberStatDurationRateExceeded
(gauge)
[F5 BIG-IP] The cumulative amount of time a given pool member exceeded its connection rate limit.
snmp.upsOutletGroupStatusGroupState
(gauge)
[APC UPS] The current state of the outlet group.
snmp.bgpPeerAdminStatus
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The desired state of the BGP connection.
snmp.bgpPeerNegotiatedVersion
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The negotiated version of BGP running between the two peers.
snmp.bgpPeerRemoteAs
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The remote autonomous system number.
snmp.bgpPeerState
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The BGP peer connection state.
snmp.bgpPeerConnectRetryInterval
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The time interval in seconds for the ConnectRetry timer.
Shown as second
snmp.bgpPeerHoldTime
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The time interval in seconds for the Hold Timer established with the peer.
Shown as second
snmp.bgpPeerKeepAlive
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The time interval in seconds for the KeepAlive timer established with the peer.
Shown as second
snmp.bgpPeerHoldTimeConfigured
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The time interval in seconds for the Hold Time configured for this BGP speaker with this peer.
Shown as second
snmp.bgpPeerKeepAliveConfigured
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The time interval in seconds for the KeepAlive timer configured for this BGP speaker with this peer.
Shown as second
snmp.bgpPeerMinASOriginationInterval
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The time interval in seconds for the MinASOriginationInterval timer.
Shown as second
snmp.bgpPeerInUpdates
(rate)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The number of BGP UPDATE messages received on this connection.
Shown as message
snmp.bgpPeerOutUpdates
(rate)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The number of BGP UPDATE messages transmitted on this connection.
Shown as message
snmp.bgpPeerInTotalMessages
(rate)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The total number of messages received from the remote peer on this connection.
Shown as message
snmp.bgpPeerOutTotalMessages
(rate)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The total number of messages transmitted o the remote peer on this connection.
Shown as message
snmp.bgpPeerFsmEstablishedTransitions
(rate)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] The total number of times the BGP FSM transitioned into the established state.
snmp.bgpPeerFsmEstablishedTime
(gauge)
[Arista] [Cisco c3850] [Cisco Nexus] [Cisco ASA 5525] [Cisco CSR1000v] [F5 BIG-IP] This timer indicates how long (in seconds) this peer has been in the Established state or how long since this peer was last in the Established state.
Shown as second
snmp.cfInterconnectStatus
(gauge)
[NetApp] The current status of the interconnect (notPresent(1), down(2), partialFailure(3), up(4)).
snmp.miscCacheAge
(gauge)
[NetApp] Age in minutes of the oldest read-only blocks in the buffer cache. Will be very low when reading very large files.
Shown as minute
snmp.ncHttpActiveCliConns
(gauge)
[NetApp] Number of currently active TCP/IP connections to HTTP clients.
Shown as connection
snmp.extcache64Hits
(count)
[NetApp] Number of WAFL buffers read from the external cache.
Shown as buffer
snmp.svTotalFailures
(count)
[NetApp] Total number of failed or aborted transfers for a given snapvault.
snmp.snapmirrorLag
(gauge)
[NetApp] How far behind from the source a snapmirror destination is, in hundredths of a second.
snmp.snapmirrorTotalFailures
(count)
[NetApp] Total number of failed or aborted transfers for a given snapmirror.
snmp.dfHighTotalKBytes
(gauge)
[NetApp] The current capacity in KB for a given filesystem.
Shown as kibibyte
snmp.dfHighAvailKBytes
(gauge)
[NetApp] The current free for use disk space in KB for a given filesystem.
Shown as kibibyte
snmp.dfInodesUsed
(gauge)
[NetApp] The current number of inodes in use for a given filesystem.
Shown as node
snmp.dfInodesFree
(gauge)
[NetApp] The current number of available inodes for a given filesystem.
Shown as node
snmp.ifHighInOctets
(count)
[NetApp] The total number of bytes received on the interface, including framing characters.
Shown as byte
snmp.ifHighInOctets.rate
(rate)
[NetApp] The number bytes per second received on the interface, including framing characters.
Shown as byte
snmp.rttMonLatestRttOperCompletionTime
(gauge)
The completion time of the latest RTT operation successfully completed.
Shown as millisecond
snmp.rttMonLatestRttOperSense
(gauge)
A sense code for the completion status of the latest RTT operation.
snmp.rttMonCtrlOperTimeoutOccurred
(gauge)
This object will change its value for all RttMonRttTypes.

Events

The SNMP check does not include any events.

Service Checks

snmp.can_check:
Returns CRITICAL if the Agent cannot collect SNMP metrics, otherwise returns OK.

Troubleshooting

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Further Reading

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