Once on the highway to one of the Huawei MA5608, due to the heat and a bad cable, the optical level gradually deteriorated until the connection with the device was lost.
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Therefore, I created triggers in Zabbix that will report that the signal is getting worse and this will prevent loss of connection.
Once it was necessary to monitor the level of the optical signal to the BDCOM OLT P3310C and P3608-2TE, after the trunk cables of different quality could stretch in the summer, and thus we lost contact with one of the OLT, although this situation could be predicted and prevented.
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I noticed once that on Huawei switches SNMP port indices can be shifted, for example, on Huawei s2326 VLANs are considered first, for example ifIndex.1 is vlan1, ifIndex.2, ifIndex.3, ifIndex.4 are user VLANs, and then ifIndex5 is the port Ethernet1. Because of this, when binding client services to switch ports in ABillS, the ports will not be displayed correctly.
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Suppose we configured snmp according to my instructions:
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Configuring SNMP Traps on Linux
Now change the configuration file /etc/snmp/snmptt.conf.
In this article, I will give an example of IPTables rules for SNMP.
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Let’s say “iptables -P INPUT DROP” is the default, which is very desirable.
Here is an example of installing SNMP and catching SNMP traps in Ubuntu Server.
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In this article I will give an example of adding BDCOM-P3310C and BDCOM-P3310B to the ABillS billing system on the Ubuntu Server 16.04 operating system.
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I’ll write below a few popular SNMP OIDs for FoxGate switches.
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