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look for MIB - File for HP 2530 Series Switches ( J9773A / J9775A )

 
Daniel1464
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look for MIB - File for HP 2530 Series Switches ( J9773A / J9775A )

Hello,

I have a problem with the HP 2530 -24G -PoEP (J9773A ,revision YA.16.01.0004) and HP 2530 -48G  (J9775A , revision YA.16.01.0006) switches.

The CPU Usage is going up to 99/100% for a few minutes in iregual time intervals.
To find out the reason and get more information I was looking for the MIB files for hours ... I found only one collection of 193 different MIB-Parts (latest release January 2016)  with confusing descriptions. The devices also doesn't respond to the OID requests from these MIBs.


I would be grateful if anyone has a link to the current MIB Files ( specifically for the devices above ) or share them below.

thank you, best regards

Daniel

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LionLantech
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Re: look for MIB - File for HP 2530 Series Switches ( J9773A / J9775A )

LionLantech,

Afaik, topicStarter already has those files.  They are a collection of MIB files for (almost...) all HP switches, so it's really not that obvious which files are required.

Don't commands like "show cpu" or "task-monitor cpu" or "show log" show what CPU is busy on?

LionLantech
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Re: look for MIB - File for HP 2530 Series Switches ( J9773A / J9775A )

Maybe HP change the OID path. Afalk you could run an snmpwalk on root OID so you can verify what specific OID is used for CPU.