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Monitoring total airgroup servers and users via SNMP

It there an SNMP variable for the total number of airgroup servers and users on a controller?  We are begining to roll out airgroups and would like a way to monitor how many servers and users there are on a given controller.

 

 

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Re: Monitoring total airgroup servers and users via SNMP

Srbradley,

Unfortunately, there is none.


Colin Joseph
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Re: Monitoring total airgroup servers and users via SNMP

Like cjoseph mentioned this is not supported yet but feel free to do a RFE (Feature Request):
https://arubanetworkskb.secure.force.com/prm/ideas/ideaList.apexp
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Re: Monitoring total airgroup servers and users via SNMP

Thanks for the quick response.  One more question.  What happens when the tables get full?  Does the next entry not get installed or does it replace an old entry?

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Re: Monitoring total airgroup servers and users via SNMP

No new entries are added.


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Re: Monitoring total airgroup servers and users via SNMP


srbradley wrote:

It there an SNMP variable for the total number of airgroup servers and users on a controller?


hi srbradley

if you're not adverse to using a script/tool to do it, you can use something like AirRecorder which is an Aruba provided java based (runs anywhere) CLI SSH scripting tool to periodically run the relevant CLI commands - or roll your own.

 

Alternatively you can interogate the webUI interface, but that is a bit more involved and requlres you to use something like cURL.

 

In both cases the output still needs to be parsed and processed into something useful like CSV, but it can be done.

 

regards

-jeff

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