With the IPHost SNMP tool, you can monitor any SNMP objects of the WWP-8021X-MIB . You can select a variable to monitor using the built-in IPHost MIB browser that provides you with all variables, their current values and descriptions taken from the WWP-8021X-MIB .
OID list for WWP-8021X-MIB
- Switch Ethernet Port
- 802.1x role of the Port.
- This is the time in seconds between retransmissions to the RADIUS server.
- Indicates the number of times the RADIUS server should be tried before giving up on the server.
- Length of time in minutes during which a RADIUS server is skipped over by transaction requests..
- Lists the possible RADIUS servers.
- Radius server entry.
- Index to the Radius Server Entry. The radius Servers are polled according to their ServerIds. If the ServerId 1 doesn't respond, then it tries for the next and hence on.
- IP Address of the RADIUS server.
- The destination UDP port number to which RADIUS messages should be sent. The RADIUS server will not be used for authentication if this port number is 0.
- The Auth Key to be used for Radius Servers. Retrieving the value of this object via SNMP will return an empty string for security reasons
- To create a row in this table, a manager must set this object to either createAndGo(4). A row in the WwpRadiusServerEntry can't be set to active until wwpRadiusServerIpAddr has been set to valid value. To disable a Radius server , the operator can set thi ...
- Table for Supplicant username and password. Has entry for every port on the switch
- This contains the username and password entries for each port. Index is wwp8021xPort from Wwp8021xPortEntry
- User name associated with port. This is only applicable if port has role of Supplicant or Both
- Password associated with port. This is only applicable if port has role of Supplicant or Both
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