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With the IPHost SNMP tool, you can monitor any SNMP objects of the A3COM-SWITCHING-SYSTEMS-POLL-MIB . 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 A3COM-SWITCHING-SYSTEMS-POLL-MIB .


This table is used to provide remote device monitoring facilities. The implementation allows a list of network devices to be set up and polled regularly (or only once) by a variety of protocols. The table can be configured to inform the management station ...
A table used to define device monitoring. A row in this table is created by setting any read-write member, indexed by the next available index (a3ComPollNextFreeIndex). An entry in this table is deleted by setting a3ComPollAction to destroy(5). An example ...
Unique identifier of a row in the Poll Table. The actual number of rows that can be created on any particular device depends on the memory and processing resources available at the time.
This DisplayString is the network address of the device to monitor. Typically this is an IP, dotted IP format, IP's hostname, IPX or AppleTalk. The following formats can be used: IP cccc - ipAddress MIB IP nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn ...
This defines the method used to interpret the a3ComPollAddress, which implies on the protocol to be used. Writing an address to the a3ComPollAddress object causes a default a3ComPollAddressType value to be setup. The default value is derived from the form ...
This integer is the number of ping packets to be sent out until completion of a polling command. If count is set to continuous(0), the remote device will be kept monitored and the a3ComPollReport will be normally set to busy(2) upon poll activation. This ...
The number of unsuccessful or successful requests necessary before deciding that the device is definitely not responding or responding. In order to use traps, a value greater than one must be used. Conversely, a value of zero, which is the default, would ...
This defines how often, in seconds, a poll packet is sent to the device being polled. If burst mode(0) is chosen, then number of packets selected will be sent out as fast as possible when the a3ComPollAction is set to activate(2). Common values the a3ComP ...
Maximum wait time, in msecs, for a response packet before deciding that no response arrived. This object differs from a3ComPollRate as the device have the sending and receiving queues independent, making it possible to send ping requests at rates faster t ...
Size, in bytes, of ping packet to be sent out. If set to 0, the default size for ping packet under the protocol chosen will be used. If value given is to too large or too small, the biggest or smallest possible packets will be used, respectively, and no e ...
This DisplayString is the network address of the local interface to receive ping query. Typically this is an IP, IPX or AppleTalk. The following formats can be used. IP cccc - ipAddress MIB IP nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn - dotted ...
The minimum amount of time taken, in msecs, for the round trip of a ping packet.
The average amount of time taken, in msecs, for the round trip of a ping packet.
The maximum amount of time taken, in msecs, for the round trip of a ping packet.
The number of ping packets sent to remote device so far.
The number of ping packets responded by remote device so far. If a3ComPollResponseTimeOut is a non-zero value, and the poll response arrives after the specified timeout, this object will not increment.
Depending on the protocol being used, this object contains extra information obtained through the device poll. For IP, the value is the number of packets that arrived out of sequence. If Apple Talk is used, this value represents the number of hops. An emp ...
The RMON OwnerString conventions are used here to help control the multi-manager situations.
This integer contains the current status of the poll entry. When the state changes from busy to any other, the entry is no longer active. In situations where the a3ComPollCount field is set to continuous(0), this object will normally be set to busy(2) upo ...
This object is the trigger for initiating, stopping, resetting and destroying a poll entry. In order to read the current status of an entry, a3ComPollReport is the object to be queried. If reset(4) action is requested, the poll entry will unconditionally ...
The index for the next available remote polling entry in the table.
This object provides a summary on the entire poll table. Internal thresholds, such as the maximum number of entries, as well the number of entries that can be active simultaneously are commonly provided here. Another information that can be given is the l ...
This object works exactly as a3ComPollAction, except that it affects every entry in the table, in one snmp transaction. If a3ComPollTableActionAll is called with destroy(5), the table is purged.

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