According to available documentation EMC has developed SNMP support utilizing OID. MIB Module: CLARIION-MIB clarInfo clariion deviceID deviceType . We certainly need to be able to manage our EMC setups and. I want to be able to ID our EMC Clariion CX I can see using snmputil that snmp traps are being sent and recieved to the SIM server but I do. I found where to enable SNMP, and set the traps but nothing is reporting from the SNMP server. So I’ve been searching around and have not.

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Dec 8, Posts: Contact Email us Tell us what you think. Right now I’m waiting for a support call back on their recommendations how to get basic monitoring and what they really suggest as the minimum. Life would be so much simpler if the vendors followed consistent structures – you may for example have found that HP does not put switch CPU and memory in the resource MIB, instead putting this information in the Private vendor branch instead.

Thanks everyone, I just wanted to make sure I wasn’t alone in frustration. I did find that if using their monitoring call home product, they state “the application will also allow SNMP to be sent to another machine”. Inphobia Smack-Fu Master, in training Registered: We have yet to get ours setup, but for when we do, Orion is ready.

Specifically, what info do you want to collect? Fri Apr 30, 2: Mar 16, Posts: Parsing naviseccli output is about as good as it gets: Now I’m not sure how this will work if you do not have current support but it’s a possible solution for people who want the bare basic monitoring.


So I called EMC support twice about this and came back with some answers. I am going to ping you offline, I am curious to see why this came out at this price.

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We only use the SNMP for hardware status. Fri Apr 30, Just curious if anyone has successfully tried modifying the snmpd.

So we’re getting messages “mailserver reports XXX on EMC” which is a bit confusing for the person trying to decipher the message. Found some interesting reading on snmpd. Wed Apr 28, 7: One reference document found was located on a DELL site. Please turn JavaScript back on and manzging this page.

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After downloading the “Orion MIB” and adding to three different locations ugh! Anyway, maybe there is yet hope?

I tried to pull the information from clariionstill not getting anything. Go to original post. This tool uses JavaScript and much of it will not work correctly without it enabled. I’d definately be interested if anyone has a solution on this one. EMC allowing you to do something where clqriion can’t charge a fee or subscription?!

Mar 12, Posts: What ever i can, at this moment i can poll anything: Feb 12, Posts: Our SAN infrastructure is growing fast.


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Thu Apr 29, 1: If you would be interested in trying it out or just hearing more – please email me at christine. You don’t have JavaScript enabled.

You didn’t specify model so try http: Which is beyond retarded for supposed “enterprise” equipment. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type.

Is this possibly an Access Control issue? Unfortunately, pulling storage data is notoriously difficult. So I’ve been searching around and have not found any solutions so far, only Nagios Perl scripts and EMC support software. By using our website, you consent to our use of cookies. This is a major frustration in this instance and I have seen issues related to hardware claeiion this kind of information is deliberately left out of the SNMP MIB database, as this would mean the vendor will sell less of its own monitoring tools which uses their own proprietory API to gather the data.

SNMP monitoring of EMC CLARiiON, why can’t I find any info about this?

Thu Apr 22, 8: Yesterday, I found out they have some InCharge:: Identification isn’t dependent on the MIBs installed. When I do a private snmpwalk I only see the truncated 1.

If so is there any timeframe around this?