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Is there a detailed definition of the various StingRay OIDs?

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Is there a detailed definition of the various StingRay OIDs?

Is there a doc that gives details on the Stingray OIDs/MIBs and what they mean?  For example, it isnt really clear what "ZXTM-MIB-SMIv2:Smiley TongueerPoolNodeResponseMean." measures or the units.

Others such as 'ZXTM-MIB-SMIv2::nodeInet46IdleConns.ipv4 look like they are IPv4 to IPv6, but are they?

Thanks

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Re: Is there a detailed definition of the various StingRay OIDs?

Hi Kevin,

There is a description of each OID in the MIB itself, eg:


perPoolNodeResponseMean OBJECT-TYPE


  SYNTAX Gauge32


  MAX-ACCESS read-only


  STATUS current


  DESCRIPTION


  "Mean response time (ms) in the last second for this node."


  ::= { perPoolNodeEntry 19 }



nodeInet46IdleConns OBJECT-TYPE


  SYNTAX Gauge32


  MAX-ACCESS read-only


  STATUS current


  DESCRIPTION


"Number of idle HTTP connections to this node."


  ::= { nodeInet46Entry 19 }


The nodeInet46IdleConns show the idle connections per node, and groups the nodes into v4 (...1.4) and v6 (...2.16) address classes. So an IPv4 web server (10.1.1.1:80) would be prefixed with a 1 for IPv4 and 4 for it's octet length...


.1.3.6.1.4.1.7146.1.2.4.4.1.19.1.4.10.1.1.1.80


Cheers,

Mark

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Re: Is there a detailed definition of the various StingRay OIDs?

My bad, I did not scroll down far enough to see them.

It is unusual to have useable, detailed descriptions in the mib file