CXEventManager-MIB

File: CXEventManager-MIB.mib (13478 bytes)

Imported modules

RFC-1212 CXProduct-SMI

Imported symbols

OBJECT-TYPE cxEventManager

Defined Types

CxEvmLogFileEntry  
SEQUENCE    
  cxEvmLogFileId INTEGER
  cxEvmLogFileRowStatus INTEGER
  cxEvmLogFileMaxSize INTEGER
  cxEvmLogFileCurSize INTEGER
  cxEvmLogFileCPUFilter STRING
  cxEvmLogFileEvLogFilter STRING
  cxEvmLogFileEvTrapFilter STRING

Defined Values

cxEvmLoggingCPU 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.1
Determines whether the events generated by the software will be logged locally or on a centralised CPU card within the chassis. A value of 0 or a value equal to the local slot number will enable local Event Manager processing (events filtering, logging and trap generation). Other values determines the central Event Manager CPU slot number (1 to 16). When central Event Manager is enabled, all the events manager messages are filtered locally and then sent to the CPU card specified by this object for recording. Centralised event manager is avaliable only in CX1000 and CX2000 products. In single CPU units, like the CX900 or the CX950, the value will be fixed to 0 allowing local Event Manager processing only. A log file can be read by the console through UI module. The syntax of the reading command is defined as follows: Command: readlog
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER 0..16  

cxEvmTriggerFunction 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.2
Activates the Event Manager triggering mechanism. This triggering mechanism will send a MSG_EVM_TRIG type message that will contain cxEvmTriggerFunction and cxEvmTrigDestSapId to the module specified by cxEvmTrigDestTaskId. Events manager functions are defined by module programmer for each module and are used to generate event to be sent to the Event Manager when specific conditions occurs such as errors, status, etc... . Since writing this object will send a function trigger, it should be used carefully by advised users only. Range of Values: 0 to 255 Default Value: 0 Configuration Changed: operative
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER 0..255  

cxEvmTrigDestSelector 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.3
Specifies the module to which the Event Manager triggering function will send the triggering message. Modules are the different types of software that reside in the unit, for example the Frame Relay module or the Voice module. Modules ID are defined in the \sm askid.h file. Range of Values: 0 to 255 Default Value: 0 Configuration Changed: operative
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER 0..255  

cxEvmTrigDestSapId 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.4
Specifies the Sap ID to which the Event Manager triggering function should be applied. Range of Values: 0 to 255 Default Value: 0 Configuration Changed: operative
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER 0..255  

cxEvmTrigArgument1 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.5
Specifies the value of the first optional parameter that can be used with the triggering function. Range of Values: 0 to 255 Default Value: 0 Configuration Changed: operative
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER 0..255  

cxEvmTrigArgument2 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.6
Specifies the value of the second optional parameter that can be used with the triggering function. Range of Values: 0 to 255 Default Value: 0 Configuration Changed: operative
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER 0..255  

cxEvmTrigDestCPU 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.7
Specifies the destination CPU of the trigger function. For centralised CPU only. A value of 0 means the local CPU. For single CPU products, this value will be fixed to 0. Range of Values: 0 to 16 Default Value: 0 Configuration Changed: operative
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER 0..16  

cxEvmLogFileTable 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.8
A table that defines a log file id, size, and filters applied to this file. When saving configuration, the table is saved and when system restarts, the table is initialised according to the saved configuration.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  SEQUENCE OF  
    CxEvmLogFileEntry

cxEvmLogFileEntry 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.8.1
Entry of cxEvmLogFileTable.
OBJECT-TYPE    
  CxEvmLogFileEntry  

cxEvmLogFileId 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.8.1.1
Displays the index index of the log file. The software assigns this index automatically to uniquely identify the log file. The index acts as a pointer to this table. You cannot modify this object. It is a display that the software provides. The first entry of the table is reserved by the event manager as a special log file for screen display of the events. You can define up to 19 logfiles. After a coldstart, a default logfile (LOG1.EVM) is defined in the second entry of the table and will record all events. When an entry of the filetable is activated, a file is created with the filename LOGx.EVM where 'x' is the index of the table. Range of Values: 0 to 20 Default Value: none
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER 0..20  

cxEvmLogFileRowStatus 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.8.1.2
Determines the status of the objects in a table row. Options: invalid (1): row is flagged; after the next reset the values will be disabled and the row will be deleted from the table. valid (2): values are enabled. Default Value: valid (2) Configuration Changed: operative DEFVAL { valid }
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER invalid(1), valid(2)  

cxEvmLogFileMaxSize 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.8.1.3
Determines the maximum size, in KBytes, of the logfile specified by cxEvmLogFileId. When determining the size you must take into consideration the size of all existing logfiles. The maximum size of a single file can not exceed 1000 Kbytes, and the sum of all the logfiles size cannot exceed 10 % of the memory available after system initialisation. This number can vary according to the product, the hardware configuration, and to the software used. It is the responsability of the user to verify that the memory size specified is allowed by the system. If the system can not allow the specified memory size, the memory size value will be downsized automatically by the software. Note: After a reset, the system must re-evaluate the RAM distribution and therefore it can reduce the maximum size value according to the memory available. Range of Values: 1 to 1000 Default Value: none Configuration Changed: operative
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

cxEvmLogFileCurSize 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.8.1.4
Determines the current size, in KBytes, of the logfile specified by cxEvmLogFileId. You cannot modify this object. It is a display that the software provides. Range of Values: 1024 to 1048576 Default Value: none
OBJECT-TYPE    
  INTEGER  

cxEvmLogFileCPUFilter 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.8.1.5
This field consists of 2 hexadecimal octets. The value represents a bit field used to determines which CPU cards are to be filtered out. Each bit in this object is mapped to a specific CPU card within a chassis. Turning the bit off (0) causes the events coming from the associated CPU card to filtered out. Setting a bit to 1 will enable event manager processing for the associated CPU card. - bit 0: CPU card in slot #1 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 1: CPU card in slot #2 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 2: CPU card in slot #3 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 3: CPU card in slot #4 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 4: CPU card in slot #5 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 5: CPU card in slot #6 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 6: CPU card in slot #7 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 7: CPU card in slot #8 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 8: CPU card in slot #9 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 9: CPU card in slot #10 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 10: CPU card in slot #11 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 11: CPU card in slot #12 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 12: CPU card in slot #13 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 13: CPU card in slot #14 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 14: CPU card in slot #15 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) - bit 15: CPU card in slot #16 (0: filter out, 1:continue filtering process) Range of Values: 0000 to ffff (hexadecimal) Default Value: 0000
OBJECT-TYPE    
  STRING Size(2)  

cxEvmLogFileEvLogFilter 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.8.1.6
This field consists of 2 hexadecimal octets. The value represents a bit field used to determines which events are to be filtered out according to their event type. Each bit in this object is mapped to a specific event type. Turning a bit off (0) causes the associated events to be filtered out. Setting a bit to 1 will allow the event manager process to log the event message received. - bit 0: error type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 1: warning type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 2: status type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 3: trace type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 4: user1 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 5: user2 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 6: user3 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 7: user4 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 8: user5 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 9: user6 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 10: user7 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 11: user8 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 12: user9 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 13: user10 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 14: user11 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) - bit 15: user12 type (0: filter out, 1:log event) Range of Values: 0000 to ffff (hexadecimal) Default Value: 0000
OBJECT-TYPE    
  STRING Size(2)  

cxEvmLogFileEvTrapFilter 1.3.6.1.4.1.495.2.1.5.17.8.1.7
The field consists of 2 hexadecimal octets. The value represents a bit field used to determines which events are to generate SNMP traps according to their event type. Each bit in this object is mapped to a specific event type. Setting a bit to 1 will cause SNMP trap generation for the associated event type. Turning a bit off (0) disables SNMP trap generation for the associated event. - bit 0: error type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 1: warning type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 2: status type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 3: trace type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 4: user1 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 5: user2 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 6: user3 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 7: user4 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 8: user5 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 9: user6 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 10: user7 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 11: user8 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 12: user9 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 13: user10 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 14: user11 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) - bit 15: user12 type (0: filter out, 1:send SNMP trap) Range of Values: 0000 to ffff (hexadecimal) Default Value: 0000
OBJECT-TYPE    
  STRING Size(2)