User Guide for IP Communications Service Monitor
MIBs Used and SNMP Traps Generated
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MIBs Used and SNMP Traps Generated

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MIBs Used and SNMP Traps Generated


MIBs Used and SNMP Traps Generated


MIBS Used

Service Monitor uses the CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB to generate SNMP traps.

SNMP Traps Generated

IP Communications Service Monitor (Service Monitor) generates the following traps:

MOS violation

Cisco 1040 unreachable

Trap details are provided as name-value pairs in clogHistMsgText field of the clogMessageGenerated notification. Table A-1 lists details of the MOS violation SNMP trap.

Table A-1 MOS Violation Trap Details 

TAG
Description
Value

TT

Trap type

1

01

Cisco 1040 ID

<letter><3-digit numeric value less than 1000>

02

Timestamp

<YYYYMMDDhhmm>

03

Threshold value

2-digit number with an implied decimal point between the first and second digits

A

Flag indicating actual or sampled data

0: Actual

1: Sampled

B

Source device IP address

IPv4 address, for example:

F0.F0.F0.58

C

Recipient device IP address

IPv4 address, for example:

F0.F0.F0.58

D

Codec of call data record

2: G711Alaw 64k

6: G722 64k

9: G7231

10: G728

11: G729

E

Calculated MOS score

2-digit number with an implied decimal point between the first and second digit

F

Primary cause of call degradation

J: Jitter

P: Packet Loss

G

Actual packet loss in the previous minute

<numeric value>

H

Actual jitter in msec in the previous minute

<numeric value>


Table A-2 lists details of the Cisco 1040 unreachable SNMP trap.

Table A-2 Cisco 1040 Unreachable Trap Details

TAG
Description
Value

TT

Trap type

2

01

Cisco 1040 ID

<letter><3-digit numeric value less than 1000>

02

Timestamp

<YYYYMMDDhhmm>