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SNMP Walk Response


Given the snmp response below, what are the last 6 octets for, 108.243.127.81.100.208 ?
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.14823.2.2.1.5.2.1.7.1.9.108.243.127.205.22.76.1.108.243.127.81.100.208
These are the examples I am trying to understand:
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.14823.2.2.1.5.2.1.7.1.9.108.243.127.205.22.76.1.108.243.127.81.100.208 = Timeticks: (105441100) 12 days, 4:53:31.00
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.14823.2.2.1.5.2.1.7.1.9.108.243.127.205.22.76.2.108.243.127.81.100.192 = Timeticks: (105441100) 12 days, 4:53:31.00
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.14823.2.2.1.5.2.1.7.1.9.108.243.127.205.22.122.1.108.243.127.81.103.176 = Timeticks: (573872200) 66 days, 10:05:22.00
SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.14823.2.2.1.5.2.1.7.1.9.108.243.127.205.22.122.2.108.243.127.81.103.160 = Timeticks: (573872200) 66 days, 10:05:22.00

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Re: SNMP Walk Response

 

Looks like an (AP-275?) MAC address.  Hexify it.

 

 

 

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Re: SNMP Walk Response

yup correct.

I have a python script that converts decimal to mac and vice-versa...if you need it PM me
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Re: SNMP Walk Response

Can you give me the values returned to you? I get a different MAC from the wlanAPBssidAPMacAddress SNMP string. 6c:f3:7f:cd:16:4c is what I would expect but the decimal to hex converter I am using disagrees.

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Re: SNMP Walk Response

I underestand from the example I gave that 108.243.127.205.22.76 is the MAC of the radio and the following .1 identifies the radio but the 108.243.127.81.100.208 ending in .14823.2.2.1.5.2.1.7.1.9.108.243.127.205.22.76.1.108.243.127.81.100.208 is my issue.  Is this the wi-fi MAC and the previous .76 is the ethernet MAC? or something else?

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Re: SNMP Walk Response

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rs894f

 

that is the BSSID uptime, indexed by AP MAC [radio index] with one uptime result per BSSID

 

let snmpwalk do the work for you:

 

root@kali:/home/aruba/mibs/6.3.1.2# snmpwalk -v2c -c public -mALL -M. -O0X  c7030 .1.3.6.1.4.1.14823.2.2.1.5.2.1.7.1.9

WLSX-WLAN-MIB::wlanAPBssidUpTime[STRING: 00:24:6c:ca:24:78][1][STRING: 00:24:6c:22:47:88] = Timeticks: (1448700) 4:01:27.00
WLSX-WLAN-MIB::wlanAPBssidUpTime[STRING: 00:24:6c:ca:24:78][1][STRING: 00:24:6c:22:47:89] = Timeticks: (1448700) 4:01:27.00
WLSX-WLAN-MIB::wlanAPBssidUpTime[STRING: 00:24:6c:ca:24:78][1][STRING: 00:24:6c:22:47:8a] = Timeticks: (1448700) 4:01:27.00
WLSX-WLAN-MIB::wlanAPBssidUpTime[STRING: 00:24:6c:ca:24:78][1][STRING: 00:24:6c:22:47:8b] = Timeticks: (1448700) 4:01:27.00
WLSX-WLAN-MIB::wlanAPBssidUpTime[STRING: 00:24:6c:ca:24:78][2][STRING: 00:24:6c:22:47:80] = Timeticks: (1448700) 4:01:27.00
WLSX-WLAN-MIB::wlanAPBssidUpTime[STRING: 00:24:6c:ca:24:78][2][STRING: 00:24:6c:22:47:81] = Timeticks: (1448700) 4:01:27.00
WLSX-WLAN-MIB::wlanAPBssidUpTime[STRING: 00:24:6c:ca:24:78][2][STRING: 00:24:6c:22:47:82] = Timeticks: (1448700) 4:01:27.00
WLSX-WLAN-MIB::wlanAPBssidUpTime[STRING: 00:24:6c:ca:24:78][2][STRING: 00:24:6c:22:47:83] = Timeticks: (1448700) 4:01:27.00

 

where

-M.           -- get mibs in current dir

-mALL    -- export all mibs

-O0X       -- decode hex  with 0 padding (that's OH-ZERO-X)

 

regards

-jeff

 

 

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Re: SNMP Walk Response

When you say "AP MAC [radio index]" you are referring to [1] and [2].  Does [1] reference the A radio and [2] reference the b/g radio?  Using your example below:

 

WLSX-WLAN-MIB::wlanAPBssidUpTime[STRING: 00:24:6c:ca:24:78][1][STRING: 00:24:6c:22:47:88] = Timeticks: (1448700) 4:01:27.00

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Re: SNMP Walk Response


rs894f wrote:

When you say "AP MAC [radio index]" you are referring to [1] and [2].  Does [1] reference the A radio and [2] reference the b/g radio?  Using your example below:

 

WLSX-WLAN-MIB::wlanAPBssidUpTime[STRING: 00:24:6c:ca:24:78][1][STRING: 00:24:6c:22:47:88] = Timeticks: (1448700) 4:01:27.00


correct, for 2 radio AP, radio 1 = 11a, radio 2 = 11g (for single radio, it will be 1 only, but you would have to find the band via other means if you weren't sure of it). You can also cross check from CLI using "show ap bss-table bssid 00:24:6c:22:47:88" for example.

 

 

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