We are using intel server board S2600WT with the BMC configuration.
In the BMC setup we can see that there is possibility to send some SNMP traps to external server.
Can we install any SNMP manager and receive those traps properly ? Do you have any MIB database for the OID's that can be send from BMC ?
Thank you for contacting Intel Technical Support.
We are checking on the setup that you are attempting to create and will get back in contact with you as soon as possible.
Please check Intel® SNMP Subagent Stand-Alone Intel® Server Management Utility which can be downloaded from https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26989/Intel-SNMP-Subagent-Stand-Alone-Intel-Server-Managem... https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26989/Intel-SNMP-Subagent-Stand-Alone-Intel-Server-Managem...
The downloaded .zip file contains a Linux_Subagent\mibs folder and there you can find the basebrd7_v5.mib file. Let us know if you need additional help.
Also, i have one more question related to SNMP. From the Intel SNMP Subagent documentatnion it tells that to use SNMP on the server we should install SNMP Agent on the manager server (windows or linux).
But with our configuration we cannot install this additional feature and without this we are received some SNMP traps when destination is set in BMC Configuration (Alert->Trap configuration).
What are those mibs ? Can we translate tchem to the readable format ?
Sorry for the long delay on providing an update.
First strongly recommend giving a try to iReasoning MIB Browser software. This SNMP monitoring application has been tested by Intel and we recommend it as a 3rd party software for SNMP monitoring.
It can be downloaded from the following website:
Take into account that this is a 3rd party software and is not supported by Intel but we have tested it and know that it works with our boards and products.
In regards to the snapshot provided by you, we would need to also check against a syslog report in order to understand better what occurred when the OID was generated.
Where you able to try iReasoning MIB browser? You could use it in addition to the software you are currently using and check the trap's description there. After this, as mentioned before, we could check SEL for the event.