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We have made a little MIB for the pbxnsip's available objects. Can anyone verify this? We are not even sure about the syntax, so please don't expect too much. But we want to get this thing off the table.

 

--

-- MIB for pbxnsip PBX

-- Copyright ? 2007 pbxnsip Inc.

--

 

PBXNSIP-PBX-POLL-MIB DEFINITIONS ::= BEGIN

 

IMPORTS

enterprises

FROM RFC1155-SMI

OBJECT-TYPE

FROM RFC-1212;

 

pbxnsip OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { enterprises 25060 }

poll OBJECT IDENTIFIER ::= { pbxnsip 1 }

 

pollCallObjects OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER (0..2147483647)

ACCESS read

STATUS mandatory

DESCRIPTION

"The Call Objects shows the number of call objects that

have been allocated inside the PBX. Note that usually

there are at least two call objects for a regular call,

and during call forking you might have even more. This

object will give you a good overview on the internal

resource usage of the PBX."

DEFVAL { 0 }

::= { poll 1 }

 

pollRegistrations OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER (0..2147483647)

ACCESS read

STATUS mandatory

DESCRIPTION

"The Registrations object shows how many extensions are

actively registered with the PBX. This object gives you a

good overview on how many active users the system has."

DEFVAL { 0 }

::= { poll 2 }

 

pollMessages OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER (0..2147483647)

ACCESS read

STATUS mandatory

DESCRIPTION

"The Messages object shows you how many voicemail messages

the system currently has stored. Note that when you do

Email-forwarding, the messages are not stored on the PBX."

DEFVAL { 0 }

::= { poll 3 }

 

pollCallAttempts OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER (0..2147483647)

ACCESS read

STATUS mandatory

DESCRIPTION

"The Call Attempts object is useful to measure the Busy

Hour Call Attempts (BHCA) number. This number is useful

when you want to see where the limits of your system

are. The BHCA number is a important performance number of

traditional PBX. Feel free to compare the BHCA value of

your modern CPU to the value of an old-style hardware

PBX."

DEFVAL { 0 }

::= { poll 4 }

 

pollSuccessfulCalls OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER (0..2147483647)

ACCESS read

STATUS mandatory

DESCRIPTION

"The Successful Calls object is similar to the Call

Attempts, but is measure the number of successful

calls. The number is increased when the call

terminates. The number can be used to determine the busy

hour call performance of the system. Please note that on

this software PBX, not only the call establishment takes

resources. The call traffic itself also causes significant

traffic, especially when the CPU has to do codec

translation."

DEFVAL { 0 }

::= { poll 5 }

 

pollMediaCPULoad OBJECT-TYPE

SYNTAX INTEGER (0..100)

ACCESS read

STATUS mandatory

DESCRIPTION

"The Media CPU Load object show (in percent) how much

time the media CPU threads spend in processing. This

information is very important, because as this number

approaches 100 % the jitter gets worse and the CPU

eventually will not be able to process all media streams."

DEFVAL { 0 }

::= { poll 6 }

 

END

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After much time off the subject, I have been able to load the MIB in OpManager using the MIB Browser. Do you have an updated MIB please? B)

 

Okay, here is a update. OID 14 and 15 are still a mystery to me, because they expect the trunk number behind the OID number. No idea on how to express this in this language.

PBXnSIP_SNMP_mib.txt

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