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Understanding Simple Network Management Protocol
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Understanding Simple Network Management Protocol

Table Of Contents

Understanding Simple Network Management Protocol

Simple Network Management Protocol Support

SNMP Basics

SNMP Configuration Requirements

SNMP Version 1 Support

SNMP Version 2c Support

SNMP Version 3 Support

SNMP Services

SNMP Community Strings and Users

SNMP Traps and Informs

SNMP Management Information Base (MIB)

SNMP Trace Configuration

SNMP Configuration Checklist

Where to Find More Information


Understanding Simple Network Management Protocol


This chapter provides information on the following topics:

Simple Network Management Protocol Support

SNMP Basics

SNMP Configuration Requirements

SNMP Version 1 Support

SNMP Version 2c Support

SNMP Version 3 Support

SNMP Services

SNMP Community Strings and Users

SNMP Traps and Informs

SNMP Management Information Base (MIB)

SNMP Trace Configuration

SNMP Configuration Checklist

Simple Network Management Protocol Support

SNMP, an application layer protocol, facilitates the exchange of management information among network devices, such as nodes, routers, and so on. As part of the TCP/IP protocol suite, SNMP enables administrators to remotely manage network performance, find and solve network problems, and plan for network growth.

Cisco allows you to use any SFTP server product but recommends SFTP products that have been certified with Cisco through the Cisco Technology Developer Partner program (CTDP). CTDP partners, such as GlobalSCAPE, certify their products with specified version of Cisco Unified Communications Manager. For information on which vendors have certified their products with your version of Cisco Unified Communications Manager, refer to the following URL:

http://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/ctdp/Search.pl

For information on using GlobalSCAPE with supported Cisco Unified Communications versions, refer to the following URL:

http://www.globalscape.com/gsftps/cisco.aspx

Cisco uses the following servers for internal testing. You may use one of the servers, but you must contact the vendor for support:

Open SSH (refer to http://sshwindows.sourceforge.net/)

Cygwin (refer to http://www.cygwin.com/)

Titan (refer to http://www.titanftp.com/)

For issues with third-party products that have not been certified through the CTDP process, contact the third-party vendor for support.

You use Cisco Unified Serviceability to configure SNMP-associated settings, such as community strings, users, and notification destinations for V1, V2c, and V3. The settings that you configure in Cisco Unified Serviceability apply to the local node; however, if your Cisco Unified Communications Manager or Cisco Unity Connection configuration supports clusters, you can apply settings to all servers in the cluster with the "Apply to All Nodes" option in the SNMP configuration windows.


Tip Unified CM only: SNMP configuration parameters that you specified in Cisco Unified CallManager or Cisco Unified Communications Manager 4.X do not migrate during a Cisco Unified Communications Manager 6.0 and later upgrade. You must perform the SNMP configuration procedures again in Cisco Unified Serviceability.


SNMP supports IPv4, although the CISCO-CCM-MIB includes columns and storage for IPv6 addresses, preferences, and so on.

This section contains information on the following topics:

SNMP Basics

SNMP Configuration Requirements

SNMP Version 1 Support

SNMP Version 2c Support

SNMP Version 3 Support

SNMP Services

SNMP Community Strings and Users

SNMP Trace Configuration

SNMP Management Information Base (MIB)

SNMP Basics

An SNMP-managed network comprises three key components: managed devices, agents, and network management systems.

Managed device—A network node that contains an SNMP agent and resides on a managed network. Managed devices collect and store management information and make it available by using SNMP.

Unified CM BE only: The server where Cisco Unified Communications Manager is installed acts as the managed device.

Unified CM only: In a configuration that supports clusters, the first node in the cluster acts as the managed device.

Agent—A network-managed software module that resides on a managed device. An agent contains local knowledge of management information and translates it into a form that is compatible with SNMP.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unity Connection use a master agent and subagent components to support SNMP. The master agent acts as the agent protocol engine and performs the authentication, authorization, access control, and privacy functions that relate to SNMP requests. Likewise, the master agent contains a few MIB variables that relate to MIB-II. The master agent also connects and disconnects subagents after the subagent completes necessary tasks. The SNMP master agent listens on port 161 and forwards SNMP packets for Vendor MIBs.

The Cisco Unified Communications Manager subagent interacts with the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager only. The Cisco Unified Communications Manager subagents send trap and information messages to the SNMP Master Agent, and the SNMP Master Agent communicates with the SNMP trap receiver (notification destination).

Network Management System (NMS)—A SNMP management application (together with the PC on which it runs) that provides the bulk of the processing and memory resources that are required for network management. An NMS executes applications that monitor and control managed devices. Cisco Unified Communications Manager works with the following NMS:

CiscoWorks Lan Management Solution

HP OpenView

Third-party applications that support SNMP and Cisco Unified Communications Manager SNMP interfaces

SNMP Configuration Requirements

The system provides no default SNMP configuration. You must configure SNMP settings after installation to access MIB information. Cisco supports SNMP V1, V2c, and V3 versions.

SNMP agent provides security with community names and authentication traps. You must configure a community name to access MIB information. Table 15-1 provides the required SNMP configuration settings.

Table 15-1 SNMP Configuration Requirements

Configuration
Cisco Unified Serviceability Page

V1/V2c Community String

SNMP > V1/V2c >Community String

V3 Community String

SNMP > V3 > User

System Contact and Location for MIB2

SNMP > SystemGroup > MIB2 System Group

Trap Destinations (V1/V2c)

SNMP > V1/V2c > Notification Destination

Trap Destinations (V3)

SNMP > V3 > Notification Destination


SNMP Version 1 Support

SNMP version 1 (SNMPv1), the initial implementation of SNMP that functions within the specifications of the Structure of Management Information (SMI), operates over protocols, such as User Datagram Protocol (UDP) and Internet Protocol (IP).

The SNMPv1 SMI defines highly structured tables (MIBs) that are used to group the instances of a tabular object (that is, an object that contains multiple variables). Tables contain zero or more rows, which are indexed, so SNMP can retrieve or alter an entire row with a supported command.

With SNMPv1, the NMS issues a request, and managed devices return responses. Agents use the Trap operation to asynchronously inform the NMS of a significant event.

In Cisco Unified Serviceability, you configure SNMP v1 support in the V1/V2c Configuration window.

SNMP Version 2c Support

As with SNMPv1, SNMPv2c functions within the specifications of the Structure of Management Information (SMI). MIB modules contain definitions of interrelated managed objects. The operations that are used in SNMPv1 are similar to those that are used in SNMPv2. The SNMPv2 Trap operation, for example, serves the same function as that used in SNMPv1, but it uses a different message format and replaces the SNMPv1 Trap.

The Inform operation in SNMPv2c allows one NMS to send trap information to another NMS and to then receive a response from the NMS.

In Cisco Unified Serviceability, you configure SNMP v2c support in the V1/V2c Configuration window.

SNMP Version 3 Support

SNMP version 3 provides security features such as authentication (verifying that the request comes from a genuine source), privacy (encryption of data), authorization (verifying that the user allows the requested operation), and access control (verifying that the user has access to the objects requested.) To prevent SNMP packets from being exposed on the network, you can configure encryption with SNMPv3.

Instead of using community strings like SNMP v1 and v2, SNMP v3 uses SNMP users, as described in the "SNMP Community Strings and Users" section.

In Cisco Unified Serviceability, you configure SNMP v3 support in the V3 Configuration window.

SNMP Services

The services in Table 15-2 support SNMP operations. For a description of each service, see the "Understanding Services" section on page 9-1.


Note SNMP Master Agent serves as the primary service for the MIB interface. You must manually activate Cisco CallManager SNMP service; all other SNMP services should be running after installation.


Table 15-2 SNMP Services

MIB
Service
Window

CISCO-CCM-MIB

Cisco CallManager SNMP service

Cisco Unified Serviceability > Tools > Control Center - Feature Services. Choose a server; then, choose Performance and Monitoring category.

SNMP Agent

SNMP Master Agent

Cisco Unified Serviceability > Tools > Control Center - Network Services. Choose a server; then, choose Platform Services category.

CISCO-CDP-MIB

Cisco CDP Agent

SYSAPPL-MIB

System Application Agent

MIB-II

MIB2 Agent

HOST-RESOURCES-MIB

Host Resources Agent

CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB

Cisco Syslog Agent

Hardware MIBs

Native Agent Adaptor

CISCO-UNITY-MIB

Connection SNMP Agent

Cisco Unity Connection Serviceability > Tools > Service Management. Choose a server; then, choose Base Services category.



Caution Stopping any SNMP service may result in loss of data because the network management system no longer monitors the Cisco Unified Communications Manager or Cisco Unity Connection network. Do not stop the services unless your technical support team tells you to do so.

SNMP Community Strings and Users

Although SNMP community strings provide no security, they authenticate access to MIB objects and function as embedded passwords. You configure SNMP community strings for SNMP V1 and V2c only.

SNMP V3 does not use community strings. Instead, version 3 uses SNMP users. These users serve the same purpose as community strings, but users provide security because you can configure encryption or authentication for them.

In Cisco Unified Serviceability, no default community string or user exists.

SNMP Traps and Informs

An SNMP agent sends notifications to NMS in the form of traps or informs to identify important system events. Traps do not receive acknowledgments from the destination whereas informs do receive acknowledgments. You configure the notification destinations by using the SNMP Notification Destination Configuration windows in Cisco Unified Serviceability.


Note Cisco Unified Communications Manager supports SNMP traps in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition systems.


For all notifications, the system sends traps immediately if the corresponding trap flags are enabled. In the case of the syslog agent, the CallManager alarms and system level log messages get sent to syslog daemon for logging. Also, some standard third-party applications send the log messages to syslog daemon for logging. These log messages get logged locally in the syslog files and also get converted into SNMP traps/notifications.

The following list contains Cisco Unified Communications Manager SNMP trap/inform messages that are sent to a configured trap destination:

Cisco Unified Communications Manager failed

Phone failed

Phones status update

Gateway failed

Media resource list exhausted

Route list exhausted

Gateway layer 2 change

Quality report

Malicious call

Syslog message generated


Tip Before you configure notification destination, verify that the required SNMP services are activated and running. Also, make sure that you configured the privileges for the community string/user correctly.

You configure the SNMP trap destination by choosing SNMP > V1/V2 > Notification Destination or SNMP > V3> Notification Destination in Cisco Unified Serviceability.


Table 15-3 comprises information about Cisco Unified Communications Manager trap/inform parameters that you configure on the Network Management System (NMS). You can configure the values in Table 15-3 by issuing the appropriate commands on the NMS, as described in the SNMP product documentation that supports the NMS.


Note All the parameters that are listed in Table 15-3 are part of CISCO-CCM-MIB except for the last two parameters. The last two, clogNotificationsEnabled and clogMaxSeverity, comprise part of CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB.


Table 15-3 Cisco Unified Communications Manager Trap/Inform Configuration Parameters 

Parameter Name
Default Value
Generated Traps
Configuration Recommendations

ccmCallManagerAlarmEnable

True

ccmCallManagerFailed

ccmMediaResourceListExhausted

ccmRouteListExhausted

ccmTLSConnectionFailure

Keep the default specification.

ccmGatewayAlarmEnable

True

ccmGatewayFailed

ccmGatewayLayer2Change

Note Although you can configure a Cisco ATA 186 device as a phone in Cisco Unified Communications Manager Administration, when Cisco Unified Communications Manager sends SNMP traps for the Cisco ATA device, it sends a gateway type trap; for example, ccmGatewayFailed.

None. The default specifies this trap as enabled.

ccmPhoneStatusUpdateStorePeriod

ccmPhoneStatusUpdateAlarmInterval

1800

0

ccmPhoneStatusUpdate

Set the ccmPhoneStatusUpdateAlarmInterval to a value between 30 and 3600. See Configuring CISCO-CCM-MIB Trap Parameters, page 19-2.

ccmPhoneFailedStorePeriod

ccmPhoneFailedAlarmInterval

1800

0

ccmPhoneFailed

Set the ccmPhoneFailedAlarmInterval to a value between 30 and 3600. See Configuring CISCO-CCM-MIB Trap Parameters, page 19-2.

ccmMaliciousCallAlarmEnable

True

ccmMaliciousCall

None. The default specifies this trap as enabled.

ccmQualityReportAlarmEnable

True

Note This trap gets generated only if the Cisco Extended Functions service is activated and running on the server; or, in the case of a cluster configuration (Cisco Unified Communications Manager only), on the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager server.

ccmQualityReport

None. The default specifies this trap as enabled.

clogNotificationsEnabled

False

clogMessageGenerated

To enable trap generation, set clogNotificationsEnable to True. See Configuring CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB Trap Parameters, page 19-1.

clogMaxSeverity

Warning

clogMessageGenerated

When you set clogMaxSeverity to warning, a SNMP trap generates when Cisco Unified Communications Manager applications generate a syslog message with at least a warning severity level.Configuring CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB Trap Parameters, page 19-1.


SNMP Management Information Base (MIB)

SNMP allows access to Management Information Base (MIB), which is a collection of information that is organized hierarchically. MIBs comprise managed objects, which are identified by object identifiers. A MIB object, which contains specific characteristics of a managed device, comprises one or more object instances (variables).


Note Cisco Unified Communications Manager supports the following MIBs except for CISCO-UNITY-MIB. Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition supports all the following MIBs. Cisco Unity Connection supports the following MIBs except for CISCO-CCM-MIB.


The SNMP interface provides these Cisco Standard MIBs:

CISCO-CCM-MIB

CISCO-CDP-MIB

CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB

CISCO-UNITY-MIB

The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) extension agent resides in the server and exposes the CISCO-CCM-MIB, which provides detailed information about devices that are known to the server. In the case of a cluster configuration, the SNMP extension agent resides in each server in the cluster. The CISCO-CCM-MIB provides device information such as device registration status, IP address, description, and model type for the server (not the cluster, in a configuration that supports clusters).

The SNMP interface also provides these Industry Standard MIBs:

SYSAPPL-MIB

MIB-II (RFC 1213)

HOST-RESOURCES-MIB

For vendor-specific supported hardware MIBS, refer to the "Vendor-Specific MIBs" section.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager SNMP Interface supports the following MIBs.

CISCO-CDP-MIB

Use the Cisco Unified Communications Manager CDP subagent to read the Cisco Discovery Protocol MIB, CISCO-CDP-MIB. This MIB enables Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unity Connection to advertise themselves to other Cisco devices on the network.

The CDP subagent implements the CDP-MIB. The CDP-MIB contains the following objects:

cdpInterfaceIfIndex

cdpInterfaceMessageInterval

cdpInterfaceEnable

cdpInterfaceGroup

cdpInterfacePort

cdpGlobalRun

cdpGlobalMessageInterval

cdpGlobalHoldTime

cdpGlobalLastChange

cdpGobalDeviceId

cdpGlobalDeviceIdFormat

cdpGlobalDeviceIdFormatCpd

SYSAPPL-MIB

Use the System Application Agent to get information from the SYSAPPL-MIB, such as installed applications, application components, and processes that are running on the system.

System Application Agent supports the following object groups of SYSAPPL-MIB:

sysApplInstallPkg

sysApplRun

sysApplMap

sysApplInstallElmt

sysApplElmtRun

MIB-II

Use MIB2 agent to get information from MIB-II. The MIB2 agent provides access to variables that are defined in RFC 1213, such as interfaces, IP, and so on, and supports the following groups of objects:

system

interfaces

at

ip

icmp

tcp

udp

snmp

HOST-RESOURCES MIB

Use Host Resources Agent to get values from HOST-RESOURCES-MIB. The Host Resources Agent provides SNMP access to host information, such as storage resources, process tables, device information, and installed software base. The Host Resources Agent supports the following groups of objects:

hrSystem

hrStorage

hrDevice

hrSWRun

hrSWRunPerf

hrSWInstalled

CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB

Syslog tracks and logs all system messages, from informational through critical. With this MIB, network management applications can receive syslog messages as SNMP traps:

The Cisco Syslog Agent supports trap functionality with the following MIB objects:

clogNotificationsSent

clogNotificationsEnabled

clogMaxSeverity

clogMsgIgnores

clogMsgDrops

CISCO-CCM-MIB/CISCO-CCM-CAPABILITY MIB

The CISCO-CCM-MIB contains both dynamic (real-time) and configured (static) information about the Cisco Unified Communications Manager and its associated devices, such as phones, gateways, and so on, that are visible on this Cisco Unified Communications Manager node. Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) tables contain information such as IP address, registration status, and model type.

SNMP supports IPv4, although the CISCO-CCM-MIB includes columns and storage for IPv6 addresses, preferences, and so on.


Note Cisco Unified Communications Manager supports this MIB in Cisco Unified Communications Manager and Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition systems. Cisco Unity Connection does not support this MIB.


To view the support lists for the CISCO-CCM-MIB and MIB definitions, go to the following link:

ftp://ftp.cisco.com/pub/mibs/supportlists/callmanager/callmanager-supportlist.html

To view MIB dependencies and MIB contents, including obsolete objects, across Cisco Unified Communications Manager releases, go to the following link: http://tools.cisco.com/Support/SNMP/do/BrowseMIB.do?local=en&step=2&mibName=CISCO-CCM-CAPABILITY

Dynamic tables (see Table 15-4) get populated only if the Cisco CallManager service is up and running (or the local Cisco CallManager service in the case of a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster configuration); static tables (see Table 15-5) get populated when the Cisco CallManager SNMP Service is running.

Table 15-4 Cisco-CCM-MIB Dynamic Tables 

Table(s)
Contents

ccmTable

This table stores the version and installation ID for the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager. The table also stores information about all the Cisco Unified Communications Manager in a cluster that the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager knows about but shows "unknown" for the version detail. If the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager is down, the table remains empty, except for the version and installation ID values.

ccmPhoneFailed, ccmPhoneStatusUpdate, ccmPhoneExtn, ccmPhone, ccmPhoneExtension

For the Cisco Unified IP Phone, the number of registered phones in ccmPhoneTable should match Cisco Unified Communications Manager/RegisteredHardware Phones perfmon counter. The ccmPhoneTable includes one entry for each registered, unregistered, or rejected Cisco Unified IP Phone. The ccmPhoneExtnTable uses a combined index, ccmPhoneIndex and ccmPhoneExtnIndex, for relating the entries in the ccmPhoneTable and ccmPhoneExtnTable.

ccmCTIDevice, ccmCTIDeviceDirNum

The ccmCTIDeviceTable stores each CTI device as one device. Based on the registration status of the CTI Route Point or CTI Port, the ccmRegisteredCTIDevices, ccmUnregisteredCTIDevices, and ccmRejectedCTIDevices counters in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager MIB get updated.

ccmSIPDevice

The CCMSIPDeviceTable stores each SIP trunk as one device.

ccmH323Device

The ccmH323DeviceTable contains the list of H323 devices for which Cisco Unified Communications Manager contains information (or the local Cisco Unified Communications Manager in the case of a cluster configuration). For H.323 phones or H.323 gateways, the ccmH.323DeviceTable contains one entry for each H.323 device. (The H.323 phone and gateway do not register with Cisco Unified Communications Manager. Cisco Unified Communications Manager generates the H.323Started alarm when it is ready to handle calls for the indicated H.323 phone and gateway.) The system provides the gatekeeper information as part of the H323 trunk information.

ccmVoiceMailDevice, ccmVoiceMailDirNum

For Cisco uOne, ActiveVoice, the ccmVoiceMailDeviceTable includes one entry for each voice-messaging device. Based on the registration status, the ccmRegisteredVoiceMailDevices, ccmUnregisteredVoiceMailDevices, and ccmRejectedVoiceMailDevices counters in the Cisco Unified Communications Manager MIB get updated.

ccmGateway

The ccmRegisteredGateways, ccmUnregistered gateways, and ccmRejectedGateways keep track of the number of registered gateway devices or ports, number of unregistered gateway devices or ports, and number of rejected gateway devices or ports, respectively.

Cisco Unified Communications Manager generates alarms at the device or port level. The ccmGatewayTable, based on CallManager alarms, contains device- or port-level information. Each registered, unregistered, or rejected device or port has one entry in ccmGatewayTable. The VG200 with two FXS ports and one T1 port has three entries in ccmGatewayTable. The ccmActiveGateway and ccmInActiveGateway counters track number of active (registered) and lost contact with (unregistered or rejected) gateway devices or ports.

Based on the registration status, ccmRegisteredGateways, ccmUnregisteredGateways, and ccmRejectedGateways counters get updated.

ccmMediaDeviceInfo

The table contains a list of all media devices which have tried to register with the local CallManager at least once.

ccmGroup

This tables contains the Cisco Unified CM groups in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster.

ccmGroupMapping

This table maps all Cisco Unified CMs in a cluster to a Cisco Unified CM group. The table remains empty when the local Cisco Unified CM node is down


Table 15-5 CISCO-CCM-MIB Static Tables 

Table(s)
Content

ccmProductType

The table contains the list of product types that are supported with Cisco Unified Communications Manager (or cluster, in the case of a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster configuration), including phone types, gateway types, media device types, H323 device types, CTI device types, voice-messaging device types, and SIP device types.

ccmRegion, ccmRegionPair

ccmRegionTable contains the list of all geographically separated regions in a Cisco Communications Network (CCN) system. The ccmRegionPairTable contains the list of geographical region pairs for a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster. Geographical region pairs are defined by Source region and Destination region.

ccmTimeZone

The table contains the list of all time zone groups in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster.

ccmDevicePool

The tables contains the list of all device pools in a Cisco Unified Communications Manager cluster. Device pools are defined by Region, Date/Time Group, and Cisco Unified CM Group.



Note `The "ccmAlarmConfigInfo" and "ccmQualityReportAlarmConfigInfo" groups in the CISCO-CCM-MIB define the configuration parameters that relate to the notifications that the "SNMP Management Information Base (MIB)" section describes.


CISCO-UNITY-MIB

The CISCO-UNITY-MIB uses the Connection SNMP Agent to get information about Cisco Unity Connection.

To view the CISCO-UNITY-MIB definitions, go to the following link and click SNMP V2 MIBs:

http://www.cisco.com/public/sw-center/netmgmt/cmtk/mibs.shtml


Note Cisco Unity Connection supports this MIB. Cisco Unified Communications Manager does not support this MIB.


The Connection SNMP Agent supports the following objects.

Table 15-6 CISCO-UNITY-MIB Objects 

Object
Description

ciscoUnityTable

This table contains general information about the Cisco Unity Connection servers such as host name and version number.

ciscoUnityPortTable

This table contains general information about the Cisco Unity Connection voice messaging ports.

General Unity Usage Info objects

This group contains information about capacity and utilization of the Cisco Unity Connection voice messaging ports.


Vendor-Specific MIBs

The following MIBs exist on various Cisco MCS, depending on vendor and model number. To query these MIBS, you can use the standard MIB browsers that the hardware vendors develop; for example, HP Systems Insight Manager (SIM) and IBM Director Server+Console. For information on using the MIB browsers, refer to the documentation that the hardware vendor provides.

To review the vendor-specific MIB information, see the following tables:

Table 15-7—Describes supported IBM MIBs

Table 15-8—Describes supported HP MIBs

Table 15-7 IBM MIBs 

MIB
OID
Description
Supported for browsing only

IBM-SYSTEM-HEALTH-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.2.6.159.1.1.30

Provides temperature, voltage, and fan status

IBM-SYSTEM-ASSETID-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.2.6.159.1.1.60

Provides hardware component asset data

IBM-SYSTEM-LMSENSOR-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.2.6.159.1.1.80

Provides temperature, voltage, and fan details

IBM-SYSTEM-NETWORK-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.2.6.159.1.1.110

Provides Network Interface Card (NIC) status

IBM-SYSTEM-MEMORY-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.2.6.159.1.1.120

Provides physical memory details

IBM-SYSTEM-POWER-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.2.6.159.1.1.130

Provides power supply details

IBM-SYSTEM-PROCESSOR-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.2.6.159.1.1.140

Provides CPU asset/status data

Supported for system traps

IBM-SYSTEM-TRAP

1.3.6.1.4.1.2.6.159.1.1.0

Provides temperature, voltage, fan, disk, NIC, memory, power supply, and CPU details

IBM-SYSTEM-RAID-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.2.6.159.1.1.200

Provides RAID status


Table 15-8 HP MIBs 

MIB
OID
Description
Supported for browsing and system traps

CPQSTDEQ-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.232.1

Provides hardware component configuration data

CPQSINFO-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.232.2

Provides hardware component asset data

CPQIDA-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.232.3

Provides RAID status/events

CPQHLTH-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.232.6

Provides hardware components status/events

CPQSTSYS-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.232.8

Provides storage (disk) systems status/events

CPQSM2-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.232.9

Provides iLO status/events

CPQTHRSH-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.232.10

Provides alarm threshold management

CPQHOST-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.232.11

Provides operating system information

CPQIDE-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.232.14

Provides IDE (CD-ROM) drive status/events

CPQNIC-MIB

1.3.6.1.4.1.232.18

Provides Network Interface Card (NIC) status/events


SNMP Trace Configuration

For Cisco Unified Communications Manager, you can configure trace for the Cisco CallManager SNMP agent in the Trace Configuration window in Cisco Unified Serviceability by choosing the Cisco CallManager SNMP Service in the Performance and Monitoring Services service group. A default setting exists for all the agents. For Cisco CDP Agent and Cisco Syslog Agent, you use the CLI to change trace settings, as described in the Command Line Interface Reference Guide for Cisco Unified Solutions.

For Cisco Unity Connection, you can configure trace for the Connection SNMP agent in the Trace Configuration window in Cisco Unity Connection Serviceability by choosing the Connection SNMP Agent component.

SNMP Configuration Checklist

Table 15-9 provides an overview of the steps for configuring SNMP.

Table 15-9 SNMP Configuration Checklist 

Configuration Steps
Related Procedures and Topics

Step 1 

Install and configure the SNMP NMS.

SNMP product documentation that supports the NMS

Step 2 

In the Control Center—Network Services window, verify that the system started the SNMP services.

SNMP Services

Understanding Services, page 9-1

Configuring Services, page 11-1

Step 3 

Unified CM and Unified CM BE only: In the Service Activation window, activate the Cisco CallManager SNMP service.

Connection only: The Connection SNMP Agent service automatically activates.

SNMP Services

Understanding Services, page 9-1

Activating and Deactivating Feature Services, page 11-1

Step 4 

If you are using SNMP V1/V2c, configure the community string.

Configuring a Community String, page 16-2

Step 5 

If you are using SNMP V3, configure the SNMP user.

Configuring the SNMP User, page 17-2

Step 6 

Configure the notification destination for traps or informs.

For SNMP v1/v2c—Configuring a Notification Destination for SNMP V1/V2c, page 16-6

For SNMP v3—Configuring a Notification Destination for SNMP V3, page 17-6

SNMP Management Information Base (MIB)

Step 7 

Configure the system contact and location for the MIB2 system group.

Configuring the MIB2 System Group, page 18-1

Step 8 

Unified CM and Unified BE only: Configure trap settings for CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB and CISCO-CCM-MIB.

Configuring CISCO-SYSLOG-MIB Trap Parameters, page 19-1

Configuring CISCO-CCM-MIB Trap Parameters, page 19-2

Step 9 

Restart the Master Agent service.

SNMP Services

Understanding Services, page 9-1

Understanding Services, page 9-1

Step 10 

On the NMS, configure the Cisco Unified Communications Manager trap parameters.

SNMP Management Information Base (MIB)

SNMP product documentation that supports the NMS

Where to Find More Information

Related Topics

Understanding Services, page 9-1

Configuring Services, page 11-1

Configuring SNMP V1/V2c, page 16-1

Configuring SNMP V3, page 17-1

Configuring SNMP System Group, page 18-1

Configuring SNMP Trap/Inform Parameters, page 19-1

Cisco Unified Communications Manager Troubleshooting Guide (for SNMP troubleshooting information)

Troubleshooting Guide for Cisco Unity Connection (for SNMP troubleshooting information)