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Comprehensive SNMP MIBs for Juniper SRX - where?

‎05-26-2020 02:32 AM

Looking at SNMP traps that come off a SRX550, I see entries like this:

 

DISMAN-EVENT-MIB::sysUpTimeInstance = Timeticks: (1577563733) 182 days, 14:07:17.33

SNMPv2-MIB::snmpTrapOID.0 = OID: JUNIPER-MIB::jnxFruInsertion

JUNIPER-MIB::jnxFruContentsIndex.2.3.0.0 = INTEGER: 2

JUNIPER-MIB::jnxFruL1Index.2.3.0.0 = INTEGER: 3

JUNIPER-MIB::jnxFruL2Index.2.3.0.0 = INTEGER: 0

JUNIPER-MIB::jnxFruL3Index.2.3.0.0 = INTEGER: 0

JUNIPER-MIB::jnxFruName.2.3.0.0 = STRING: node1 PEM 0

JUNIPER-MIB::jnxFruType.2.3.0.0 = INTEGER: powerEntryModule(7)

JUNIPER-MIB::jnxFruSlot.2.3.0.0 = INTEGER: 2

SNMPv2-MIB::snmpTrapEnterprise.0 = OID: JUNIPER-CHASSIS-DEFINES-MIB::jnxProductNameSRX550

 

This is after downloading the latest MIBs for my chassis from https://apps.juniper.net/mib-explorer/download.jsp#product=Junos%20OS

The problem here is that "jnxFruSlot" has a ".2.3.0.0" after it, indicating that there's more to the definition of this trap and its oids.

 

Are there more MIB files hiding on Juniper's website?

 

Where can I find better information on the SNMP MIBs used by the SRX family?

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Re: Comprehensive SNMP MIBs for Juniper SRX - where?

‎05-26-2020 03:03 AM

You can get full details on any item in the MIBs searching the MIB explorer.

 

https://apps.juniper.net/mib-explorer/search.jsp#object=jnxFruSlot&product=Junos%20OS&release=20.1R1

 

Name jnxFruSlot
OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.2636.3.1.15.1.7
Syntax INTEGER
Access read-only
Status current
Description
The slot number of this subject. This is equivalent to jnxFruL1Index in meaning. Zero if unavailable or inapplicable.

 

Steve Puluka BSEET - Juniper Ambassador
IP Architect - DQE Communications Pittsburgh, PA (Metro Ethernet & ISP)
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Re: Comprehensive SNMP MIBs for Juniper SRX - where?

‎05-26-2020 03:57 AM

This is interesting.

 

Juniper are publishing a different "JUNIPER-MIB" via the MIB Explorer for different versions of JunOS.

 

Back to my original issue, the trap messages I was looking at before are references to table lines in the Juniper MIB.

 

This means that there I, for example, see this:

 JUNIPER-MIB::jnxFruInsertion JUNIPER-MIB::jnxFruL2Index.2.3.0.0  

 

It is a jnxFruInsertion trap for "2.3.0.0", which happens to be:

 

2 3 0 0 node1 PEM 0 powerEntryModule 2 online 0 none 0:0:00:00.00 0:0:00:00.00 16535 node1 node1 0

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