Using Additional SNMP commands


You can use the following additional SNMP commands to check the details of SNMP configurations and notifications on the Pluribus switches:


  • snmp-trap-enable-modify — Use to enable notifications about link conditions and common system errors.


CLI (network-admin@switch) > snmp-trap-enable-modify


Specify one or more of the following options:        


link-up-down|no-link-up-down

Specify if you want to enable a link for up or down trap

interface-up-down|no-interface-up-down

Specifies the vrouter interface status as up or down.

default-monitors|no-default-monitors

Specify if you want to enable a default monitoring trap.

physical-sensors|no-physical-sensors

Specify if you want to enable a physical sensor trap for temperature, fan speed, etc

low-disk-space|no-low-disk-space

Specify if you want to enable a low disk space trap.

low-disk-space-threshold low-disk-space-threshold-string 

Specify the threshold value of low-disk space in percentage (%).

system-usage|no-system-usage

Specify if you want to enable a system usage trap.

high-system-usage-threshold high-system-usage-threshold-string        

Specify if you want to enable high system usage threshold value trap in percentage (%).

login-failure|no-login-failure

Specify if you want to enable login failure trap.

cluster-tr-diverge|no-cluster-tr-diverge

Specify if the cluster transaction list have diverged or not.

lacp-status|no-lacp-status

Specify if you want to enable a LACP trap.

vport-modified|no-vport-modified

Specify if you want a enable a trap when a vPort is modified.

stp-port-modified|no-stp-port-modified         

Specify if STP port is modified or not.

mirror-to-cpu|no-mirror-to-cpu

Specify whether the trap should be mirrored to CPU.

stp-port-        state-failed|no-stp-port-state-failed

Specify if you want to enable a trap when the STP port state is failed.

link-congestion-detected|no-link-congestion-detected

Specify if you want to enable a trap when a link congestion state is detected.

fabric-node-state-changed|no-fabric-node-state-changed

Specify if you want a trap sent when a fabric node state changes.

stp-new-root|no-stp-new-root

Specifies if new STP root is detected.

stp-topology-changed|no-stp-topology-changed

Specifies if STP topology has changed or not.

vrrp-new-master|no-vrrp-new-master

Specifies if VRRP master has changed or not.

disable-start-stop|no-disable-start-stop

Specifies if the start/stop traps are disabled or not.

       

  • snmp-trap-enable-show — Displays enabled SNMP traps.


CLI (network-admin@switch) > snmp-trap-enable-show


The above command displays the information about the SNMP traps on the switch. Specify one or more of the formatting options to display the output in a desired format.


  • snmp-trap-sink-create — Use to specify a SNMPv1 trap receiver.


CLI (network-admin@switch) > snmp-trap-sink-create community community-string [type TRAP_TYPE_V1_TRAP|TRAP_TYPE_V2C_TRAP|TRAP_TYPE_V2_INFORM] dest-host dest-host-string [dest-port dest-port-number]        


community community-string

Specify the community type

[type TRAP_TYPE_V1_TRAP|TRAP_TYPE_V2C_TRAP|TRAP_TYPE_V2_INFORM]

Specify the trap type. The default trap is: TRAP_TYPE_V2C_TRAP

dest-host dest-host-string

Specify the destination host.

[dest-port dest-port-number]

Specify the destination port. The default port number is 162.

                

  • snmp-trap-sink-delete — Delete SNMP trap sinks


CLI (network-admin@switch) > snmp-trap-sink-delete community community-string dest-host dest-host-string [dest-port dest-port-number]


The above command deletes the SNMP trap sink for the specified community. For details about the command parameters, see the CLI table for snmp-trap-sink-create command.


  • snmp-trap-sink-show — Display SNMP trap sinks.


CLI (network-admin@switch) > snmp-trap-sink-show community community-string [type TRAP_TYPE_V1_TRAP|TRAP_TYPE_V2C_TRAP|TRAP_TYPE_V2_INFORM] dest-host dest-host-string [dest-port dest-port-number]


The above command displays the SNMP trap sinks. Specify one or more of the formatting options to display the output in a desired format.


  • snmp-v3-trap-sink-create —  Use to specify a SNMPv3 trap receiver.


CLI (network-admin@switch) > snmp-v3-trap-sink-create user-name user-name-string [type TRAP_TYPE_V3_TRAP|TRAP_TYPE_V3_INFORM] dest-host dest-host-string [dest-port dest-port-number]


user-name user-name-string

Specify the user name for the SNMPv3 trap.

[type TRAP_TYPE_V3_TRAP|TRAP_TYPE_V3_INFORM]

Specify the SNMPv3 trap type.

dest-host dest-host-string

Specify the destination host

[dest-port dest-port-number]

Specify the destination port number. The default port number is 162.


The above command enables you to create an SNMPv3 trap receiver.


  • snmp-v3-trap-sink-delete — Use to delete a SNMPv3 trap receiver.


CLI (network-admin@switch) > snmp-v3-trap-sink-delete user-name user-name-string dest-host dest-host-string [dest-port dest-port-number]


The above command deletes the SNMPv3 trap sink for the specified user. For details about the command parameters, see the CLI table for snmp-v3-trap-sink-create command.                         

                

  • snmp-v3-trap-sink-show — Used to display a SNMPv3 trap receiver.


CLI (network-admin@switch) > snmp-v3-trap-sink-show user-name user-name-string dest-host dest-host-string [dest-port dest-port-number]


The above command displays the SNMPv3 trap receivers for the specified options (see table below). Specify one or more of the formatting options to display the output in a desired format.


Specify one of or more options:


user-name user-name-string

Displays traps for the specified user name.

engine-id engine-id-string

Displays the traps for the specified engine ID.

[type TRAP_TYPE_V3_TRAP|TRAP_TYPE_V3_INFORM]

Displays the traps for th specified trap type.

dest-host dest-host-string

Displays the traps for the destination host.

dest-port dest-port-number

Displays the traps for the specified destination port.

auth|no-auth

Displays the authentication details.

priv|no-priv

Displays the privilege details.

       

  • port-stats-snmp-show — To display the accumulated port statistics for SNMP.


CLI (network-admin@switch) > port-stats-snmp-show port port-list port-clear-count port-clear-count-number port-clear-time #d#h#m#s port_clear_time high resolution time: #ns all-ports


port port-list        

Specifies the port number or port list.

port-clear-count port-clear-count-number

Specifies the number of times port-stats-clear or trunk-stats-clear commands were issued on a port or trunk.

port-clear-time #d#h#m#s

Specifies the time since last port-clear or trunk-clear commands were issued.  It is initialized with time at nvOS_init by default.

port_clear_time high resolution time: #ns

Specifies the high-resolution time-stamp of the last port-stats-clear command.

all-ports

A flag to specify if you want to view the stats of all ports on the switch. The default view contains only enabled ports.


  • snmp-system-modify — Modify the system information for the SNMP configuration.


CLI (network-admin@switch) > snmp-system-modify syscontact syscontact-string syslocation syslocation-string


Specify one of more options:


syscontact syscontact-string

Specify or change the SNMP system contact.

syslocation syslocation-string

Specify or change the SNMP system location.


The above command enables you to modify the system details such as the system contact or location for the SNMP configuration.


  • snmp-system-show — Displays the system details for the SNMP configurations.

CLI (network-admin@switch) > snmp-system-show


The above command displays the changed or modified system information for the SNMP configuration. Specify one or more of the formatting options to display the output in a desired format.