What SNMP traps can Director send?

FAQ ID:    FAQ1655
Version:    2.0
Status:    Published
Published date:    10/19/2011
Updated:    11/02/2011


The below is by no means a complete list of Bluecoat Director SNMP Object Identifiers ( O.I.D)  as I have left out the more generic ones, and have only placed the more interesting ones here.  As you will note, most of the below OIDS relate to registered SG devices, and not the Director device itself.

NOTE: This was taken from the clear text MIB file named - sgme55.mibs available for download off of the Bluecoat website here- 510 MIBS

O.I.D. Description The IPaddr or hostname of the SG. The serial number of the SG The Director ID of the SG The Director name of the SG An SG has been newly added to Director. An SG has been deleted from Director. An SG has transitioned to the CONNECTED state. An SG has transitioned to the DISCONNECTED state An SG has transitioned to the OK state An SG has transitioned to the WARNING state An SG has transitioned to the CRITICAL state. An SG has been added via the auto-registration process An SG's attempt to register via auto-registration process failed
Standby traps.

The IPaddr of this Director's partner in the redundant pair This Director's partner's configured Primary. Cannot find my Standby Partner Found my Partner I have been told to be a Primary partner I have been told to be a Secondary partner I have been told to operate standalone. I have been told to become active. A sync from primary has failed. A sync was failing, but now is working I was running Active Primary but found someone else was, so backing off.

NOTE: There are no plans for Director to support SNMP version 3.  As it stands now, it only supports SNMP version 2.

 Links to other articles:

For an explaination of what a OID is, see WIKI SITE

For details on what command line commands are available for Director, see KB4178

For details on how to create backups, profiles and an overlay file on Director, see KB4322

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