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Understanding and Interpreting SNMP outputs for switch entities

This article provides an overview on how to interpret the values returned by SNMP on polling certain MIB objects related to physical entities such as sensor values of different components from a switch. Overview of Entity MIBS To provide a quick overview, Arista supports the following standard MIBs:  ENTITY-MIB (RFC4133) ENTITY-SENSOR-MIB (RFC4268) ENTITY-STATE-MIB (RFC3433) ..and also a proprietary MIB: ARISTA-ENTITY-SENSOR-MIB ENTITY-MIB describes a set of MIB objects that can be used to poll information regarding physical entities in a networking equipment such as entity name, class (if the unit is a sensor, module, fan, power supply, container etc), hardware /...
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Severity level of alarm

Could you please provide the information at below for me? 1. All alarm list with severity level ? 2. These OID for SNMP Walk       2.1      Temperature       2.2      Power supply     2.3      FAN status,speed(rpm)     2.4      Interface status     2.5      CPU usage     2.6      Memory Usage     2.7      MAC address table     2.8      Optical Module     2.9      Tx / Rx power     2.10    CRC error on interface     2.11     Port speed     2.12    Half / Full duplex mode on interface    thank you  for...
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