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ENTITY-MIB support for Aruba 6000 wireless controller

 

Hi - 

 

I am trying to model the Aruba 6000 controller in my NMS.  I use the ENTITY-MIB as the source of information  for getting the physical / logical chassis and modules present on the device. 

 

However , when I try to query the device , I do not get any response.

 

I want to know if there is a vendor specific MIB which would give the information similar to  ENTITY-MIB.

 

(Aruba6000) #show version
Aruba Operating System Software.
ArubaOS (MODEL: Aruba6000-US), Version 6.4.4.6
Website: http://www.arubanetworks.com
Copyright (c) 2002-2016, Aruba Networks, an HP company.
Compiled on 2016-04-15 at 01:09:38 PDT (build 54633) by p4build

ROM: System Bootstrap, Version CPBoot 1.1.4.0 (build 16250)
Built: 2007-09-20 16:14:24
Built by: p4build@re_client_16250


Switch uptime is 34 days 8 hours 53 minutes 37 seconds
Reboot Cause: Power Failure (Intent:cause:register ee:ee:0)
Supervisor Card
Processor XLR 732 (revision B2) with 1979M bytes of memory.
32K bytes of non-volatile configuration memory.
512M bytes of Supervisor Card System flash (model=CF 512MB).

Moderator

Re: ENTITY-MIB support for Aruba 6000 wireless controller

Do you have the output from another device that I could compare the output of?

 

Otherwise I'm guessing you're looking for either one of these mib tables: WLSX-SWITCH-MIB (.1.3.6.1.4.1.14823.2.2.1.1) or WLSX-SYSTEMEXT-MIB (.1.3.6.1.4.1.14823.2.2.1.2)


Rob Gin
Senior QA Engineer - Network Services
Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Occasional Contributor II

Re: ENTITY-MIB support for Aruba 6000 wireless controller

Hi Rob - O/p of the ENTITY-MIB - 1.3.6.1.2.1.47.1.1.1.1 for a HPE 5100 device 

 

***** SNMP QUERY STARTED *****
1: entPhysicalDescr.1 (SnmpAdminString) HPE [48.50.45 (hex)]
2: entPhysicalDescr.2 (SnmpAdminString) HPE 5510 24G PoE+ 4SFP+ HI 1-slot Switch JH147A Software Version 7.1.070 [48.50.45.20.35.35.31.30.20.32.34.47.20.50.6F.45.2B.20.34.53.46.50.2B.20.48.49.20.31.2D.73.6C.6F.74.20.53.77.69.74.63.68.20.4A.48.31.34.37.41.20.53.6F.66.74.77.61.72.65.20.56.65.72.73.69.6F.6E.20.37.2E.31.2E.30.37.30 (hex)]
3: entPhysicalDescr.12 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
4: entPhysicalDescr.13 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
5: entPhysicalDescr.14 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
6: entPhysicalDescr.15 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
7: entPhysicalDescr.16 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
8: entPhysicalDescr.17 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
9: entPhysicalDescr.18 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
10: entPhysicalDescr.19 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
11: entPhysicalDescr.20 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
12: entPhysicalDescr.21 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
13: entPhysicalDescr.22 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
14: entPhysicalDescr.23 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
15: entPhysicalDescr.24 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
16: entPhysicalDescr.25 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
17: entPhysicalDescr.26 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
18: entPhysicalDescr.27 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
19: entPhysicalDescr.28 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
20: entPhysicalDescr.29 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
21: entPhysicalDescr.30 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
22: entPhysicalDescr.31 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL1 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
23: entPhysicalDescr.212 (SnmpAdminString) MODULE LEVEL1 [4D.4F.44.55.4C.45.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.31 (hex)]
24: entPhysicalDescr.213 (SnmpAdminString) PSU [50.53.55 (hex)]
25: entPhysicalDescr.214 (SnmpAdminString) PSU [50.53.55 (hex)]
26: entPhysicalDescr.216 (SnmpAdminString) FAN UNIT [46.41.4E.20.55.4E.49.54 (hex)]
27: entPhysicalDescr.217 (SnmpAdminString) FAN UNIT [46.41.4E.20.55.4E.49.54 (hex)]
28: entPhysicalDescr.220 (SnmpAdminString) SENSOR [53.45.4E.53.4F.52 (hex)]
29: entPhysicalDescr.221 (SnmpAdminString) SENSOR [53.45.4E.53.4F.52 (hex)]
30: entPhysicalDescr.412 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL2 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.32 (hex)]
31: entPhysicalDescr.413 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL2 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.32 (hex)]
32: entPhysicalDescr.414 (SnmpAdminString) CONTAINER LEVEL2 [43.4F.4E.54.41.49.4E.45.52.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.32 (hex)]
33: entPhysicalDescr.442 (SnmpAdminString) MODULE LEVEL2 [4D.4F.44.55.4C.45.20.4C.45.56.45.4C.32 (hex)]
34: entPhysicalDescr.472 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/1 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31 (hex)]
35: entPhysicalDescr.473 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/2 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.32 (hex)]
36: entPhysicalDescr.474 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/3 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.33 (hex)]
37: entPhysicalDescr.475 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/4 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.34 (hex)]
38: entPhysicalDescr.476 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/5 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.35 (hex)]
39: entPhysicalDescr.477 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/6 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.36 (hex)]
40: entPhysicalDescr.478 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/7 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.37 (hex)]
41: entPhysicalDescr.479 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/8 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.38 (hex)]
42: entPhysicalDescr.480 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/9 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.39 (hex)]
43: entPhysicalDescr.481 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/10 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31.30 (hex)]
44: entPhysicalDescr.482 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/11 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31.31 (hex)]
45: entPhysicalDescr.483 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/12 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31.32 (hex)]
46: entPhysicalDescr.484 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/13 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31.33 (hex)]
47: entPhysicalDescr.485 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/14 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31.34 (hex)]
48: entPhysicalDescr.486 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/15 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31.35 (hex)]
49: entPhysicalDescr.487 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/16 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31.36 (hex)]
50: entPhysicalDescr.488 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/17 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31.37 (hex)]
51: entPhysicalDescr.489 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/18 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31.38 (hex)]
52: entPhysicalDescr.490 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/19 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.31.39 (hex)]
53: entPhysicalDescr.491 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/20 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.32.30 (hex)]
54: entPhysicalDescr.492 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/21 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.32.31 (hex)]
55: entPhysicalDescr.493 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/22 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.32.32 (hex)]
56: entPhysicalDescr.494 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/23 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.32.33 (hex)]
57: entPhysicalDescr.495 (SnmpAdminString) GigabitEthernet1/0/24 [47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.32.34 (hex)]
58: entPhysicalDescr.496 (SnmpAdminString) Ten-GigabitEthernet1/0/25 [54.65.6E.2D.47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.32.35 (hex)]
59: entPhysicalDescr.497 (SnmpAdminString) Ten-GigabitEthernet1/0/26 [54.65.6E.2D.47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.32.36 (hex)]
60: entPhysicalDescr.498 (SnmpAdminString) Ten-GigabitEthernet1/0/27 [54.65.6E.2D.47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.32.37 (hex)]
61: entPhysicalDescr.499 (SnmpAdminString) Ten-GigabitEthernet1/0/28 [54.65.6E.2D.47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.31.2F.30.2F.32.38 (hex)]
62: entPhysicalDescr.500 (SnmpAdminString) M-GigabitEthernet0/0/0 [4D.2D.47.69.67.61.62.69.74.45.74.68.65.72.6E.65.74.30.2F.30.2F.30 (hex)]
63: entPhysicalVendorType.1 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
64: entPhysicalVendorType.2 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.1.217
65: entPhysicalVendorType.12 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
66: entPhysicalVendorType.13 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
67: entPhysicalVendorType.14 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
68: entPhysicalVendorType.15 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
69: entPhysicalVendorType.16 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
70: entPhysicalVendorType.17 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
71: entPhysicalVendorType.18 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
72: entPhysicalVendorType.19 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
73: entPhysicalVendorType.20 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
74: entPhysicalVendorType.21 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
75: entPhysicalVendorType.22 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
76: entPhysicalVendorType.23 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
77: entPhysicalVendorType.24 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
78: entPhysicalVendorType.25 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
79: entPhysicalVendorType.26 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
80: entPhysicalVendorType.27 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
81: entPhysicalVendorType.28 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
82: entPhysicalVendorType.29 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
83: entPhysicalVendorType.30 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
84: entPhysicalVendorType.31 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
85: entPhysicalVendorType.212 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
86: entPhysicalVendorType.213 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.2.3.126.10.3.1.6.2
87: entPhysicalVendorType.214 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.2.3.126.10.3.1.6.2
88: entPhysicalVendorType.216 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
89: entPhysicalVendorType.217 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
90: entPhysicalVendorType.220 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
91: entPhysicalVendorType.221 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
92: entPhysicalVendorType.412 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
93: entPhysicalVendorType.413 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
94: entPhysicalVendorType.414 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
95: entPhysicalVendorType.442 (AutonomousType) (null-oid) zeroDotZero
96: entPhysicalVendorType.472 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
97: entPhysicalVendorType.473 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
98: entPhysicalVendorType.474 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
99: entPhysicalVendorType.475 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
100: entPhysicalVendorType.476 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
101: entPhysicalVendorType.477 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
102: entPhysicalVendorType.478 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
103: entPhysicalVendorType.479 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
104: entPhysicalVendorType.480 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
105: entPhysicalVendorType.481 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
106: entPhysicalVendorType.482 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
107: entPhysicalVendorType.483 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
108: entPhysicalVendorType.484 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
109: entPhysicalVendorType.485 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
110: entPhysicalVendorType.486 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
111: entPhysicalVendorType.487 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
112: entPhysicalVendorType.488 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
113: entPhysicalVendorType.489 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
114: entPhysicalVendorType.490 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
115: entPhysicalVendorType.491 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
116: entPhysicalVendorType.492 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
117: entPhysicalVendorType.493 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
118: entPhysicalVendorType.494 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
119: entPhysicalVendorType.495 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
120: entPhysicalVendorType.496 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.191
121: entPhysicalVendorType.497 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.191
122: entPhysicalVendorType.498 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.191
123: entPhysicalVendorType.499 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.191
124: entPhysicalVendorType.500 (AutonomousType) enterprises.25506.11.3.1.10.4.43
125: entPhysicalContainedIn.1 (INTEGER) 0
126: entPhysicalContainedIn.2 (INTEGER) 1
127: entPhysicalContainedIn.12 (INTEGER) 2
128: entPhysicalContainedIn.13 (INTEGER) 2
129: entPhysicalContainedIn.14 (INTEGER) 2
130: entPhysicalContainedIn.15 (INTEGER) 2
131: entPhysicalContainedIn.16 (INTEGER) 2
132: entPhysicalContainedIn.17 (INTEGER) 2
133: entPhysicalContainedIn.18 (INTEGER) 2
134: entPhysicalContainedIn.19 (INTEGER) 2
135: entPhysicalContainedIn.20 (INTEGER) 2
136: entPhysicalContainedIn.21 (INTEGER) 2
137: entPhysicalContainedIn.22 (INTEGER) 2
138: entPhysicalContainedIn.23 (INTEGER) 2
139: entPhysicalContainedIn.24 (INTEGER) 2
140: entPhysicalContainedIn.25 (INTEGER) 2
141: entPhysicalContainedIn.26 (INTEGER) 2
142: entPhysicalContainedIn.27 (INTEGER) 2
143: entPhysicalContainedIn.28 (INTEGER) 2
144: entPhysicalContainedIn.29 (INTEGER) 2
145: entPhysicalContainedIn.30 (INTEGER) 2
146: entPhysicalContainedIn.31 (INTEGER) 2
147: entPhysicalContainedIn.212 (INTEGER) 12
148: entPhysicalContainedIn.213 (INTEGER) 13
149: entPhysicalContainedIn.214 (INTEGER) 14
150: entPhysicalContainedIn.216 (INTEGER) 16
151: entPhysicalContainedIn.217 (INTEGER) 17
152: entPhysicalContainedIn.220 (INTEGER) 20
153: entPhysicalContainedIn.221 (INTEGER) 21
154: entPhysicalContainedIn.412 (INTEGER) 212
155: entPhysicalContainedIn.413 (INTEGER) 212
156: entPhysicalContainedIn.414 (INTEGER) 212
157: entPhysicalContainedIn.442 (INTEGER) 412
158: entPhysicalContainedIn.472 (INTEGER) 442
159: entPhysicalContainedIn.473 (INTEGER) 442
160: entPhysicalContainedIn.474 (INTEGER) 442
161: entPhysicalContainedIn.475 (INTEGER) 442
162: entPhysicalContainedIn.476 (INTEGER) 442
163: entPhysicalContainedIn.477 (INTEGER) 442
164: entPhysicalContainedIn.478 (INTEGER) 442
165: entPhysicalContainedIn.479 (INTEGER) 442
166: entPhysicalContainedIn.480 (INTEGER) 442
167: entPhysicalContainedIn.481 (INTEGER) 442
168: entPhysicalContainedIn.482 (INTEGER) 442
169: entPhysicalContainedIn.483 (INTEGER) 442
170: entPhysicalContainedIn.484 (INTEGER) 442
171: entPhysicalContainedIn.485 (INTEGER) 442
172: entPhysicalContainedIn.486 (INTEGER) 442
173: entPhysicalContainedIn.487 (INTEGER) 442
174: entPhysicalContainedIn.488 (INTEGER) 442
175: entPhysicalContainedIn.489 (INTEGER) 442
176: entPhysicalContainedIn.490 (INTEGER) 442
177: entPhysicalContainedIn.491 (INTEGER) 442
178: entPhysicalContainedIn.492 (INTEGER) 442
179: entPhysicalContainedIn.493 (INTEGER) 442
180: entPhysicalContainedIn.494 (INTEGER) 442
181: entPhysicalContainedIn.495 (INTEGER) 442

Occasional Contributor II

Re: ENTITY-MIB support for Aruba 6000 wireless controller

Hi -

Can you please provide the WLSX-SWITCH-MIB file .

Want to compile and query the result from the MIB browser.

Thanks
Udaya

New Contributor

Re: ENTITY-MIB support for Aruba 6000 wireless controller

Aruba dont support it as of today

Occasional Contributor II

Re: ENTITY-MIB support for Aruba 6000 wireless controller

Hi Praveen -

>From 7.4 user guide , I see reference to ENTITY-MIB in the user guide ( refer snapshot )

However , I run 6.4.4.6 on my device ( However , 6.4 user guide does not have reference ).

Want to know if an equivalent is available in 6.4 version.

Thanks
udaya

Moderator

Re: ENTITY-MIB support for Aruba 6000 wireless controller

I'm not seeing the snapshots you're referring to.  Also, there's no ArubaOS firmware 7.4, so I'm suspecting you're referring to some HPE switch documentation.  It's possible that ENTITY-MIB was supported by HPE switches, but not the Aruba controllers since the merger was fairly recent.  You might try using a MIB crawling tool on the Aruba 6000 (since I don't have that model in my home lab) to see which of the MIB tables maps out better.  I was trying to reverse engineer it from the AirWave code, but I was guestimating at the MIBs based on their filenames.  I actually did try walking the MIBs I suggested, but the WSLX-SWITCH-MIB ironically is about the APs/BSSIDs/ESSIDs/usage counters - yay to whoever named that MIB.  The WLSX-SYSTEMEXT-MIB showed a bit more.

 

.1.3.6.1.4.1.14823.2.2.1.2.1.1.0 = IpAddress: 100.100.130.30
.1.3.6.1.4.1.14823.2.2.1.2.1.2.0 = STRING: Aruba7210test
.1.3.6.1.4.1.14823.2.2.1.2.1.3.0 = STRING: A7210-US
.1.3.6.1.4.1.14823.2.2.1.2.1.4.0 = INTEGER: master(1)
.1.3.6.1.4.1.14823.2.2.1.2.1.5.0 = IpAddress: 0.0.0.0
.1.3.6.1.4.1.14823.2.2.1.2.1.6.0 = STRING: 2018-04-19 15:30:07
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Keep in mind, my output is from a 7210 controller which isn't a chassis, so it might work for your needs, but if this isn't what you're looking for, it may be worth it to open a TAC case to inquire.  And like Praveen said - it'd be a feature request to get ArubaOS to adopt the ENTITY-MIB model which you could file at the same time if you contact TAC.


@csudaya wrote:

>From 7.4 user guide , I see reference to ENTITY-MIB in the user guide ( refer snapshot )

However , I run 6.4.4.6 on my device ( However , 6.4 user guide does not have reference ).



 


Rob Gin
Senior QA Engineer - Network Services
Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
Occasional Contributor II

Re: ENTITY-MIB support for Aruba 6000 wireless controller

I have attached the pdf file to the case ( refer page 422 of the guide ) which talks about ENTITY-MIB.

 

Also, can you please provide details of how to use the MIB Crawling tool mentioned in your earlier post.

Occasional Contributor II

Re: ENTITY-MIB support for Aruba 6000 wireless controller

Iam interested in the following details from the ENTITY-MIB 

 

supervisor , power supply , FAN , Line cards serial numbers 

 

(Aruba6000) #show inventory

Supervisor Card slot : 0
Mobility Processor : FPGA Rev 0x13021320
Mobility Processor Assembly# : 2010027B
Mobility Processor Serial# : F00703416
SC Assembly# : 2010026C (Rev:06.03)
SC Serial# : F00703414 (Date:01/18/08)
SC Model# : Aruba6000-US
Mgmt Port HW MAC Addr : 00:0B:86:61:01:28
HW MAC Addr : 00:0B:86:0A:03:00 to 00:0B:86:0A:03:7F
XPLD Version : (Rev: 20)
PEER Supervisor Card : Absent
Line Card 0 : Not accessible from this SC
Line Card 1 : Absent
Line Card 2 : Absent
Line Card 3 : Absent
FAN 0 : OK, Speed High
FAN 1 : OK, Speed High
FAN 2 : OK, Speed High
Fan Tray Assembly# : 2010007C (Rev:01.00)
Fan Tray Serial# : F02081813 (Date:08/16/11)
Back Plane Assembly# : 2010006B (Rev:02.06)
Back Plane Serial# : A00006020 (Date:01/14/08)
Power Supply type : Power One (400W)
Power Supply 0 : OK (400W)
Power Supply 1 : OK (400W)
Power Supply 2 : Absent
M3mk1 Card Temperatures : M3mk1 card 38 C
: CPU 57 C
AMP Card Temperatures : Processor Card 33 C
: Mobility Processor 49 C
: M3mk1 CPU Fan Speed 6490 RPMs
M3mk1 Card Voltages : M3mk1 5000mV 4980 mV
: M3mk1 3300mV 3360 mV
: M3mk1 2500mV 2508 mV
: M3mk1 1800mV 1780 mV
: M3mk1 1500mV 1490 mV
: M3mk1 1250mV 1260 mV
: M3mk1 1200mV 1200 mV
: M3mk1 IBC 12000mV 11730 mV
: M3mk1 CPU CORE 1200mV 1200 mV
: M3mk1 XGMII VTT 750mV 750 mV
: M3mk1 VTT0(a&b) 900mV 890 mV
: M3mk1 VTT1(c&d) 900mV 890 mV
: AMP 3300mV 3320 mV
: AMP 2500mV 2500 mV
: AMP 1800mV 1800 mV
: AMP 1500mV 1500 mV
: AMP BCM 1200mV 1180 mV
: AMP FPGA 1200mV(1) 1200 mV
: AMP FPGA 1200mV(2) 1200 mV

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Re: ENTITY-MIB support for Aruba 6000 wireless controller

I see, the switch OS for the sXXXX line is different from the controller OS - the fact it was called AOS as well is confusing - but I think of it as MAS-OS (Mobility Access Switch), vs AOS which I've always alligned with the controllers and APs.  The 6000 chassis is based on the controller OS.  The controller OS doesn't pass that information over SNMP, but there's a few alarm traps for if the fan or power supply stop working.

 

Try googling 'SNMP MIB tool' or 'SNMP MIB browser', there's a few free ones out there - though be careful of spyware (I haven't found one that I trust on my system - so I have it installed in a VM instance in case I need to purge it, the Solarwinds one seems promising though).  I looked at the MIB output and didn't see anything that matched the inventory output that you're looking for, seems that CLI cmd is the only place for that data.


Rob Gin
Senior QA Engineer - Network Services
Aruba Networks, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company
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