Network OS MIB Reference
Network OS MIB Reference
Network OS 2.1.1
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SW-MIB Objects : Switch system MIB

Switch system MIB
This MIB holds the switch system-related information.
System group
 
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testing (3) - The switch is in a built-in test mode and is not accessible by an external Fibre Channel port.
swFwUpgraded (2) - Indicates that the flash contains the upgraded image from the swFlashDLHost.0.
swCfDownloaded (4) - Indicates that the switch configuration file has been downloaded from the host.
swFwCorrupted (5) - The firmware in the flash is corrupted. This value is for informational purposes only; however, setting swFlashDLAdmStatus to this value is not allowed.
on (1) - The LEDs on the front panel of the switch run alternately from left to right and right to left. The color is yellow.
on (1) - The LEDs on the front panel of the switch run alternately from left to right and right to left. Set the color to yellow.
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The unknown value -2147483648 indicates the maximum value of integer value; it also means that the sensor does not have the capability to measure the actual value. In Network OS v2.0 and later, the temperature sensor value is in Celsius, the fan value is in RPM (revolutions per minute), and the power supply sensor reading is unknown.
Additional information on the sensor. It contains the sensor type and number, in textual format; for example: Temp 3, Fan 6, and so on.
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Switch fabric group
 
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FC port group
This group contains information about the physical state, operational status, performance, and error statistics of each Fibre Channel (FC) port on the switch. An FC port is one that supports the FC protocol such as F_Port, E_Port, or FL_Port.
 
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NOTE:
The value of a port index is the port number labeled on the front panel plus one. For example, the port index 1 corresponds to port number 0.
noTransceiver (2) - No Transceiver module in this port (Transceiver is the generic name for GBIC, SFP, and so on).
This object identifies the desired state of the port. A management station might place the port in a desired state by setting this object accordingly.
This object indicates the link state of the port. When the link state of the port changes, the operational status of the port (swFCPortOpStatus) is affected.
enabled (1) - The port is allowed to participate in the FC-PH protocol with its attached port (or ports if it is in an FC-AL loop).
loopback (3) - The port might transmit frames through an internal path to verify the health of the transmitter and receiver path.
This object indicates the World Wide Name (WWN) of the FC port. The contents of an instance are in IEEE extended format, as specified in FC-PH; the 12-bit port identifier represents the port number within the switch.
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The names should be persistent across switch reboots. Port names do not have to be unique within a switch or a fabric.
This string indicates the physical port number of the addressed port. The format of the string is: <slot/>port, where slot is present only for the blade systems.
Switch event group
 
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NOTE:
This table is defined to gather event information for the trap. SNMP get and set operations are not supported on this table.
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Switch trap
 
This trap is sent whenever the operational status or the type of an FC port changes. The events that trigger this trap are as follows:
This trap is generated when an event occurs with a level that is at or below swEventTrapLevel.
This trap contains operational status of the switch. This trap is sent when the switch changes it state to

SW-MIB Objects : Switch system MIB