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How to Monitor IPSec tunnels via SNMP

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How can I monitor IPsec VPN tunnels via SNMP.  My SNMP walks don't seem to yield any OID's for this on any Netvanta.  Anyone have this working?

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Re: How to Monitor IPSec tunnels via SNMP

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- Thanks for posting your question on the forum! Unfortunately, at the time of this post, there are no AOS MIBs available that monitor VPN tunnels. You may have some luck finding a non-AOS MIB that is able to monitor the tunnels.

Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any further questions.

Thanks,

Noor

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- Thanks for posting your question on the forum! Unfortunately, at the time of this post, there are no AOS MIBs available that monitor VPN tunnels. You may have some luck finding a non-AOS MIB that is able to monitor the tunnels.

Please do not hesitate to let us know if you have any further questions.

Thanks,

Noor

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@ redbarron

We just started looking into this as well.  At this point, we have come up with the concept to monitor the keep-alive probes.  That was the closest we could get to monitor the IPSEC Tunnels.  Here are the values for the probes:

adGenAOSnmStatusName OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX     OCTET STRING (SIZE(1..40))

         MAX-ACCESS   read-only

STATUS   current

DESCRIPTION

"The name of the corresponding probe entry. The probe identified by

            a particular value of this index is the same probe as identified

            by the same value as a adGenAOSnmName object instance."

         ::= { adGenAOSnmProbeStatusEntry 1 }

adGenAOSnmTestStatus OBJECT-TYPE

        SYNTAX  INTEGER

                {

fail (1),

pass (2)

                }

         MAX-ACCESS read-only

STATUS  current

DESCRIPTION

"Current test state of the probe."

         ::= { adGenAOSnmProbeStatusEntry 2 }

adGenAOSnmTestsRun OBJECT-TYPE

        SYNTAX   Counter32

        MAX-ACCESS read-only

        STATUS  current

        DESCRIPTION

"Number of test run on the probe."

         ::= { adGenAOSnmProbeStatusEntry 3 }

adGenAOSnmTestsFailed OBJECT-TYPE

        SYNTAX   Counter32

        MAX-ACCESS read-only

        STATUS current

        DESCRIPTION

"Number of test that failed."

         ::= { adGenAOSnmProbeStatusEntry 4 }

adGenAOSnmStatsToleranceTestSize OBJECT-TYPE

        SYNTAX  Counter32

        MAX-ACCESS read-only

        STATUS  current

        DESCRIPTION

"Specifies the test size."

         ::= { adGenAOSnmProbeStatusEntry 5 }

adGenAOSnmStatsToleranceTestValue OBJECT-TYPE

        SYNTAX  Counter32

        MAX-ACCESS read-only

        STATUS  current

        DESCRIPTION

"Specifies number of tests that passed or failed.

            Check 'adGenAOSnmTestStatus' for test state."

         ::= { adGenAOSnmProbeStatusEntry 6 }

adGenAOSnmTimeSinceLastStatusChange OBJECT-TYPE

        SYNTAX   TimeTicks

        MAX-ACCESS read-only

        STATUS  current

        DESCRIPTION

"Time since last status change."

         ::= { adGenAOSnmProbeStatusEntry 7 }