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 ctron-etwmim-mib .
OID list for ctron-etwmim-mib
- Denotes whether a T1 daughter board is attached to the Etwmim card being managed
- This object exists if etwDbExist is 1. Setting this object to 1 will cause the WAN port to use the daughterboard T1 port. Setting this object to 2 will cause the WAN port to use the synchronous port
- This object exists if etwDbExist is 1. Setting this object to 1 will cause the T1 fractional table to be updated with the new values, as entered. Setting this object to 2, will cause the T1 fractional table to be the table as it is being entered. Setting ...
- Denotes the revision of firmware in the module. The format of the string is xx.xx.xx, where the first pair indicates version, and the second pair indicates revision.
- Denotes the revision of hardware.
- This object gives the status of the EPIM port on the etwmim. A value of 1 indicates that the hardware has been set to use the Epim port for the ethernet connection. A value of 2 indicates that the hardware has been set to use the A channel for the ether ...
- Identifies the type of EPIM that is present in the EPIM slot. The value is allocated in the Ctron naming tree.
- This object will indicate whether a link is established on the EPIM link. A value of 1 indicates that a link is established. A value of 2 indicates that a link is not established. A value of 3 indicates that the status of the link is unknown or not vali ...
- When set to a 1, the system will clear all persistant objects, except for the download objects, from nvram on the next system boot
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