We have a trunk between two stacks of Alcatel (6850 and 6450). The trunk is size 2, thru 2 fibers. I need to monitor, using nagios, if the trunk is up or not, and if one port of the trunk is down/or the trunk size change from 2 to 1.
I know how to see that from the command line (show linkagg 30), but is there a way to monitor this thru Nagios and an SNMP query ?
The trunk is shown below, port 1/20 and 2/20 on the stack.
i found, with show snmp mib family some items related, but do not know how to use them...
Any help would be appreciated !
Code: Select all
12290 alcatelIND1LAGMIBObjects linkaggregation 12291 alclnkaggAgg linkaggregation 12292 alclnkaggAggConfig linkaggregation 12293 alclnkaggAggIdIfIndexTable linkaggregation 12294 alclnkaggAggPortDebugTable linkaggregation 12295 alclnkaggAggPortListTable linkaggregation 12296 alclnkaggAggPortStatsTable linkaggregation 12297 alclnkaggAggPortTable linkaggregation 12298 alclnkaggAggTable linkaggregation 12299 dot3adAggPortDebugTable linkaggregation 12300 dot3adAggPortListTable linkaggregation 12301 dot3adAggPortStatsTable linkaggregation 12302 dot3adAggPortTable linkaggregation 12303 dot3adAggTable linkaggregation 12304 lagMIBObjects linkaggregation
Code: Select all
# show linkagg 30 Dynamic Aggregate SNMP Id : 40000030, Aggregate Number : 30, SNMP Descriptor : Dynamic Aggregate Number 30 ref 40000030 size 2, Name : Ag########### Admin State : ENABLED, Operational State : UP, Aggregate Size : 2, Aggregate Min-Size : 1, Number of Selected Ports : 2, Number of Reserved Ports : 2, Number of Attached Ports : 2, Primary Port : 2/20 LACP MACAddress : [e8:e7:32:98:81:21], Actor System Id : [e8:e7:32:98:8a:7e], Actor System Priority : 0, Actor Admin Key : 30, Actor Oper Key : 30, Partner System Id : [00:e0:b1:89:a7:68], Partner System Priority : 0, Partner Admin Key : 0, Partner Oper Key : 30, Pre-emption : DISABLED, Pre-empt Value : 30, Wait-To-Restore Timer : 0