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OID list for hpprocurve-hpstack
- This table contains a list of physical boxes currently in the stack.
- An entry containing information about a physical box in the stack. This table is indexed by the value of entPhysicalIndex that corresponds to the row in the entPhysicalTable for this box.
- The box identifier that uniquely identifies this physical box. The value of this object is the serial number of the box.
- A settable name for this box. This name defaults to an ASCII representation of the base MAC address of the box, but may be set to a user-friendly display string by a management application.
- This table provides a list of SNMP agent cards in the stack that are capable of managing the stack. Note that this table is redundant, since this information is available in the Entity MIB, but is provided for the convenience of management applications, s ...
- An entry in the hpicfStackAgentTable representing a single agent card. This table is indexed by the value of entPhysicalIndex that corresponds to the row in the entPhysicalTable for this agent card.
- The value of hpicfStackBoxId for the box containing this agent card. Note that this object is redundant since containment information is available in the Entity MIB, but is provided for the convenience of manament applications (and so that there would be ...
- The value of entPhysicalIndex for the agent that is currently managing this stack. A set to this value will also set hpicfStackAgentForced to 'true'. Note that setting this object to a value different from the current value will cause this agent to rese ...
- A value of 'true' indicates that the current active agent card has been chosen by a management action as the active agent. This management action may have been performed through a console user interface command, or by setting the hpicfStackActiveAgent ob ...
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