PNNIx Node Id
The value the switching system is using to represent itself as this node. This object may only be written when pnnixNodeAdminStatus has the value down. If pnnixNodeLowest is true, then the default node ID takes the form defined in Section 5.3.3 for lowest level nodes, with the first octet equal to pnnixNodeLevel, the second octet equal to 160, and the last 20 octets equal to pnnixNodeAtmAddress. If pnnixNodeLowest is false, then the default node ID takes the form defined in Section 5.3.3 for logical group nodes, with the first octet equal to pnnixNodeLevel, the next fourteen octets equal to the value of pnnixNodePeerGroupId for the child node whose election as PGL causes this LGN to be instantiated, the next six octets equal to the ESI of pnnixNodeAtmAddress, and the last octet equal to zero.
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IPHost Network monitor uses SNMP for monitoring health and availability of devices and applications in your network.
You can send a SNMP Set to any remote device to monitor a specific SNMP object (CPU, Memory, Disk, Server Temperature,
RAID failures, IO statistics, connection counts, error and much more).