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 From :  Gamaliel Bedolla <gbf@t...>
 Subject :  How to monitor status of the ISUP circuits on YATE?
 Date :  Mon, 3 Oct 2011 16:53:18 -0600
Hi all,

I've been trying to monitor status of the circuits on YATE with SNMP, but I
have no luck with an specified OID to catch the state of the circuit,
described here: Span|Status|Lockedlocal|Lockedremote|Changing. I can only
telnet and check the status of each one of more of 500 circuits one by one.
My interest here is to detect when a circuit is Lockedlocal=yes,
Lockedremote=yes or Changing=yes.
Anybody has found the correct OID, or has any idea, to monitor these
circuits?
Here is a snapshot:

%%+status:sig toll_tks/1149
module=sig,trunk=toll_tks,type=ss7-isup,circuits=264,status=Operational,calls=145;count=1,format=Span|Status|LockedLocal|LockedRemote|Changing;1149=t1_22|Connected|false|false|false

Thank you.
Gamaliel Bedolla



Hi all,

I've been trying to monitor status of the circuits on YATE with SNMP, but I have no luck with an specified OID to catch the state of the circuit, described here: Span|Status|Lockedlocal|Lockedremote|Changing. I can only telnet and check the status of each one of more of 500 circuits one by one. My interest here is to detect when a circuit is Lockedlocal=yes, Lockedremote=yes or Changing=yes.
Anybody has found the correct OID, or has any idea, to monitor these circuits?
Here is a snapshot:

%%+status:sig toll_tks/1149
module=sig,trunk=toll_tks,type=ss7-isup,circuits=264,status=Operational,calls=145;count=1,format=Span|Status|LockedLocal|LockedRemote|Changing;1149=t1_22|Connected|false|false|false

Thank you.
Gamaliel Bedolla