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eSight V300R010C00SPC200, 300, and 500 Operation Guide 09

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MIB Management

MIB Management

Management Information Base (MIB) Management is a tool designed for managing MIBs. This tool displays MIB objects in a tree-structured hierarchy and supports common MIB operations, including Get, GetNext, Walk, TableView, Stop, MIB file compiling, and MIB file loading.

Operation Procedure

This section describes the operation procedure of MIB management of eSight, helping you quickly master MIB management operations.

Table 12-12 Operation procedure of MIB management

Step

Operation

Description

1

Set protocol parameters on the device: SNMP and Telnet

  • If SNMP is used, the MIB view including ISO nodes must be configured. SNMPv2c read and write permissions are mandatory.

    For details about how to configure the SNMP protocol on the device, see Configuring the SNMP Protocol on Devices.

  • The Telnet privilege mode on eSight must be the same as that on the device.

    For details about how to set Telnet parameters on the device, see Setting Telnet Parameters on Devices.

2

Add devices to eSight.

Select a proper device addition mode based on the site requirements.

For details about how to add devices to eSight, see Adding Devices to eSight.

3

(Optional) Compile and load MIB files.

If MIB files predefined on eSight do not meet requirements, you can compile MIB files based on the MIB mapping table and upload them to eSight. This allows users to easily view data of the corresponding OID objects.

4

Connect devices.

eSight supports the following ways to connect to devices:

  • Directly select devices added to eSight.
  • Enter the device IP addresses and set SNMP parameters to connect to devices not added to eSight.

5

Obtain the device MIB data.

Query data of each OID object of the device.

(Optional) Compiling and Uploading MIB Files

  1. Choose Resource > Network > Configuration > MIB Management from the main menu.

  2. Click .
  3. In the displayed dialog box, click and select MIB files to compile them.
  4. Select the successfully compiled MIB files and click to upload them.

Connecting Devices

  1. Choose Resource > Network > Configuration > MIB Management from the main menu.

  2. Connect devices.
  • For devices added to eSight: Click to select them.
  • For devices that are not added to eSight: Enter an IP address, click to set SNMP parameters, and click to connect to the device.

Obtaining the Device MIB Data

  1. Choose Resource > Network > Configuration > MIB Management from the main menu.

  2. Find the corresponding OID object and click to obtain data.

Typical Configuration Examples

This section describes typical configuration examples in typical application scenarios, helping users complete various operations based on the actual scenarios.

Viewing Device Information Using a Non-Preintegrated MIB File

This section describes how to quickly obtain device data through the MIB node by assuming that users want to view MIB files not integrated on eSight.

Scenario

Administrator John wants to view the description of the ACL group of the H3C S8508-EI in MIB management. Table 12-13 describes device parameters. Since the MIB is not integrated with eSight, John obtains the private MIB file and private MIB mapping table from a device vendor engineer. Table 12-14 describes the mapping relationships.

Table 12-13 Device parameters

Name

IP Address

Type

Vendor

SNMP Parameter

nanjing_S8508

10.136.21.207

S8508-EI

H3C

  • Protocol version: V2c
  • Read community: public
  • Write community: private
  • NE port: 161
  • Timeout interval: 3
  • Resending times: 3
Table 12-14 MIB node parameters

Node Name

OID

Corresponding MIB File

Description

hh3cAclNumGroupDescription

1.3.6.1.4.1.25506.2.8.1.2.1.4

  • hh3c-acl.mib
  • hh3c-oid.mib

Description of the ACL group

Configuration Process

No.

Operation

Description

1

Compile and load MIB files

Compiles the private MIB files hh3c-oid.mib and hh3c-acl.mib.

After the compilation is successful, the compiled files are displayed in the list of unloaded MIB files.

Loads the compiled MIB files to the MIB Tree.

2

Connect devices

Establishes connections between the MIB management module and devices.

3

Obtain the device MIB data

Obtains the data of the leaf nodes under the current node through the Walk operation.

Procedure

  1. Compile and load MIB files.

    1. Choose Resource > Network > Configuration > MIB Management from the main menu.
    2. Click .
    3. In the dialog box that is displayed, click .
    4. In the displayed dialog box, click and select "other" as the storage directory of MIB file "hh3c-oid.mib".
    5. Click Compile. The compilation result is displayed in the compilation result area.
    6. Use the same method to compile the hh3c-acl.mib file.
    7. Click OK to close the MIB compilation window.
    8. In the unloaded MIB file list, select HH3C-OID-MIB and HH3C-ACL-MIB and click .
    9. In the loaded MIB file list, verify that the files are loaded successfully and click Close.

  2. Connect devices.

    1. Enter the device IP address in the Device IP text box.
    2. Click , set SNMP parameters according to Table 12-13, and click OK.
    3. Click to connect devices.
    4. In the displayed dialog box indicating that the connection is successful, click OK.

  3. Obtain MIB data.

    1. In , enter the MIB node name or OID.
    2. Click . The MIB node is quickly located in the MIB tree. The attribute values of the node are displayed in the attribute area.
    3. Click on the toolbar.

      The MIB table node data is displayed in the operation result area.

Viewing Device Information Using a Preintegrated MIB File

This section describes how to quickly obtain device data through the MIB node by assuming that users want to view MIB files integrated on eSight.

Scenario

Administrator Jack wants to view the system OID of HUAWEI S9306-type switches through MIB management. Table 12-15 describes device parameters. Table 12-16 describes MIB node parameters.

Table 12-15 Device parameters

Name

IP Address

Type

Vendor

SNMP Parameter

S9306-34

10.136.61.34

S9306

HUAWEI

  • Protocol version: V2c
  • Read community: public
  • Write community: private
  • NE port: 161
  • Timeout interval: 3
  • Resending times: 3
Table 12-16 MIB node parameters

Node Name

OID

Corresponding MIB File

sysObjectID

1.3.6.1.2.1.1.2

RFC1213-MIB

Configuration Process

No.

Operation

Description

1

Connect devices

Establishes connections between the MIB management module and devices.

2

Obtain the device MIB data

Obtain data of the current sysObjectID node through the Get operation.

Procedure

  1. Connect devices.

    1. Choose Resource > Network > Configuration > MIB Management from the main menu.
    2. Enter the device IP address in the Device IP text box.
    3. Click , set SNMP parameters according to Table 12-15, and click OK.
    4. Click to connect devices.
    5. In the displayed dialog box indicating that the connection is successful, click OK.

  2. Obtain MIB data.

    1. In , enter the MIB node name or OID.
    2. Click . The MIB node is quickly located in the MIB tree. The attribute values of the node are displayed in the attribute area.
    3. Click on the toolbar.

      The MIB table node data is displayed in the operation result area.

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