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  • Snmp Mib

    Does anyone have any MIB information for the Shoregear switches?
    -LC

  • #2
    Just use ShoreTel system monitor and you won't have to worry about the MIBs (LOL). I tried to get someone from ShoreTel to pony up the MIB's, to no avail.

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    • #3
      Good luck.... This has been a request over the years with no luck on it. I believe even Rich Winslow (Shoretel) said that one doesn't exist at one point in time.

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      • #4
        That is the response I got from ShoreTel, so I thought I would try the board. It would be nice as we have the ability to monitor systems via SNMP.
        -LC

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        • #5
          Originally posted by luckycharms
          That is the response I got from ShoreTel, so I thought I would try the board. It would be nice as we have the ability to monitor systems via SNMP.

          What are you looking to monitor on the switches?

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          • #6
            Mom

            I wish they had a MOM Management pack that would allow you to get alerts if anything is going wrong........ bad hardware, dropped network connection, T1 flaps up and down, etc etc etc.

            Every critical device we have is currently monitored by The Operations Manager alerting us as soon as any potential problems occur.

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            • #7
              We would like to monitor the PRI and whatever else we could monitor on the switches. Right now we monitor using the application events, (event 1310, 233, all the critical events for ShoreTel), but we would like to have another option besides the event log.
              -LC

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              • #8
                Originally posted by eazeaz
                I wish they had a MOM Management pack that would allow you to get alerts if anything is going wrong........ bad hardware, dropped network connection, T1 flaps up and down, etc etc etc.

                Every critical device we have is currently monitored by The Operations Manager alerting us as soon as any potential problems occur.

                Just setup the event filters in Director to email whatever events you are interested in to your MOM.

                You can also setup syslog servers in Director under the SNMP section.

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                • #9
                  Mom

                  Thanks. I will start to add filters, etc when time permits.

                  it would be really nice if they had a management pack that had all these events (I am sure there are many events I would want to know about, that I don't even know exist......) preloaded like other major vendors.

                  I would much rather Right Click and Enable than create the filter myself!

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                  • #10
                    Have you guys looked at the Shoretel system monitor, I installed it a week ago and it does a good job, not a pretty as other management tools, but it monitors everything on our network (down to indiv ports) as long as the devices use SNMP. We don't have a lot of phones, but monitoring the phones is pretty cool. I have a analysis report e-mailed to me every night and I have flags set to send me a report if any of our network switchs become over utilized.

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                    • #11
                      Syslog

                      Chris,

                      do you have any information on how to setup the Director for Syslog? We have a Kiwi server running for the cisco gear. I tried to add the syslog server under the snmp traps section, but the documentation claims it is for snmp servers listening on like port 164 or something. I believe Syslog defaults to UDP 514.

                      I would love to be able to monitor that thing!

                      thanks
                      gary

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                      • #12
                        bump

                        bump............

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                        • #13
                          Here's what the Shoretel Knowledgebase states:

                          Do we have MIBís for our ShoreGear switches?
                          No. The ieee snmp mib II spec outlines a base set of object IDs. Our switches conform to MIB II and contain all those basic interface OIDs. No proprietary, vendor-specific add-on MIBs are needed.

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                          • #14
                            eazeaz: SNMP Traps are not the same as syslog, and requires a different service.

                            You can monitor the Shoretel system interface information, but not much more than that. Use a MIB Walking tool to explore for more info.

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