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-frontpanel-mib .
OID list for ctron-frontpanel-mib
- If this object is set to Reset it will cause a reset of the front panel redundancy. Setting this object to NoReset will do nothing. This object will always be read as NoReset.
- Get/Set the number of seconds between polls for front panel redundancy.
- Get/Set the the number of unanswered polls allowed for the front panel redundancy before it switches ports.
- Get the number of IP Addresses associated with front panel redundancy.
- Add an IP Address to the polling list for the front panel redundancy.
- Delete an IP Address from the polling list for the front panel redundancy.
- Get/Set the front panel port you want to be active when front panel redundancy is enabled.
- If this object is set to enable, the front panel redundancy will be activated. If this object is set to disable, the front panel redundancy will be deactivated. When read, this object will returns the state of the object based on the last request made.
- A unique value identifying an element in a sequence of member IP Addresses which belong to the front panel redundancy. This value goes from 1 to the maximum number of IP Addresses which may be included in front panel redundancy.
- Returns an IP Address associated with the front panel redundancy.
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