MIB Discovery
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MIX : 1 (iso). 3 (org). 6 (dod). 1 (internet). 4 (private). 1 (enterprises). 9 (cisco). 9 (ciscoMgmt). 543 (ciscoLicenseMgmtMIB). 1 (ciscoLicenseMgmtMIBObjects). 1 (clmgmtLicenseConfiguration). 2 (clmgmtLicenseActionTable). 1 (clmgmtLicenseActionEntry)
OID : 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.543.1.1.2.1
TXT : iso. org. dod. internet. private. enterprises. cisco. ciscoMgmt. ciscoLicenseMgmtMIB. ciscoLicenseMgmtMIBObjects. clmgmtLicenseConfiguration. clmgmtLicenseActionTable. clmgmtLicenseActionEntry
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Module CISCO-LICENSE-MGMT-MIB (CISCO)
NomclmgmtLicenseActionEntry
Statuscurrent
Description An entry for each action that is being executed or was executed recently. The management application executes an action by creating this entry. This can be done in the following 2 methods 1. CREATE-AND-GO method Management application sets clmgmtLicenseActionRowStatus to createAndGo(4) and all other required objects to valid values in a single SNMP SET request. If all the values are valid, the device creates the entry and executes the action. If the SET request fails, the entry will not be created. 2. CREATE-AND-WAIT method Management application sets clmgmtLicenseActionRowStatus to createAndWait(5) to create an entry. Management application can set all other required objects to valid values in more than one SNMP SET request. If SET request for any of the objects fails, management application can set just only that object. Once all the required objects are set to valid values, management application triggers action execution by setting clmgmtLicenseActionRowStatus to active(1). To stop the action from being executed, the management application can delete the entry by setting clmgmtLicenseActionRowStatus to destroy(6) when clmgmtLicenseActionState is pending(2). The status of action execution can be known by querying clmgmtLicenseActionState. If the action is still in pending(2) or in inProgress(3) state, the management application need to check back again after few seconds. Once the action completes and status of the action is failed(6), the reason for failure can be retrieved from clmgmtLicenseActionFailCause. If the status of the action is partiallySuccessful(5), results of individual licenses can be queried from clmgmtLicenseActionResultTable. Not all objects in the entry are needed to execute every action. Below is the list of actions and the required objects that are needed to be set for executing that action. 1. Installing a license The following MIB objects need to be set for installing a license a. clmgmtLicenseActionTransferProtocol b. clmgmtLicenseServerAddressType c. clmgmtLicenseServerAddress d. clmgmtLicenseServerUsername e. clmgmtLicenseServerPassword f. clmgmtLicenseFile g. clmgmtLicenseStore h. clmgmtLicenseStopOnFailure i. clmgmtLicenseAcceptEULA j. clmgmtLicenseAction clmgmtLicenseActionEntPhysicalIndex need not be set explicitly for license installs. License itself identifes the device where the license needs to be installed. clmgmtLicenseStore need to be set to store the licenses in a non-default license store. But, if a license file has more than one license and licenses need to be installed on multiple devices (for example to multiple members with in a stack), then value of clmgmtLicenseStore is ignored and the licenses will be installed in default license stores of the respective devices. 2. Clearing a license The following MIB objects need to be set for clearing a license a. clmgmtLicenseActionEntPhysicalIndex b. clmgmtLicenseActionLicenseIndex c. clmgmtLicenseStore d. clmgmtLicenseAction 3. Revoking a license The following MIB objects need to be set for revoking a license a. clmgmtLicenseActionTransferProtocol b. clmgmtLicenseServerAddressType c. clmgmtLicenseServerAddress d. clmgmtLicenseServerUsername e. clmgmtLicenseServerPassword f. clmgmtLicensePermissionTicketFile g. clmgmtLicenseRehostTicketFile h. clmgmtLicenseStopOnFailure i. clmgmtLicenseAction 4. Regenerate last rehost ticket The following MIB objects need to be set for regenerating last rehost ticket a. clmgmtLicenseActionTransferProtocol b. clmgmtLicenseServerAddressType c. clmgmtLicenseServerAddress d. clmgmtLicenseServerUsername e. clmgmtLicenseServerPassword f. clmgmtLicensePermissionTicketFile g. clmgmtLicenseRehostTicketFile h. clmgmtLicenseStopOnFailure i. clmgmtLicenseAction 5. Save all licenses to a backup storage The following MIB objects need to be set for storing all licenses to a backup store a. clmgmtLicenseActionEntPhysicalIndex b. clmgmtLicenseActionTransferProtocol c. clmgmtLicenseServerAddressType d. clmgmtLicenseServerAddress e. clmgmtLicenseServerUsername f. clmgmtLicenseServerPassword g. clmgmtLicenseBackupFile h. clmgmtLicenseAction 6. Generate and export EULA if the licenses need EULA to be accepted for installing. The following MIB objects need to be set exporting required EULAs a. clmgmtLicenseActionTransferProtocol b. clmgmtLicenseServerAddressType c. clmgmtLicenseServerAddress d. clmgmtLicenseServerUsername e. clmgmtLicenseServerPassword f. clmgmtLicenseFile g. clmgmtLicenseEULAFile h. clmgmtLicenseAction For any action, if clmgmtLicenseActionTransferProtocol is set to local(2), the following objects need not be set. a. clmgmtLicenseServerAddressType b. clmgmtLicenseServerAddress c. clmgmtLicenseServerUsername d. clmgmtLicenseServerPassword Entry can be deleted except when clmgmtLicenseAction is set to pending(2). All entries are volatile and are cleared on agent reset.