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IX10 SNMP Mib for modem?

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Is there a MIB for the modem & cellular stats in the new IX series? I have browsed through the MIBs downloaded from the link within IX10 webui and I found none. I did snmpwalk and found none.

Surely for a cellular modem there must be mibs available?
asked Jul 9 in Digi TransPort Cellular by ssa2294 New to the Community (1 point)

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You would need to use the ACCELERATED-MIB.txt which is in the zip file.

For example, currently connected carrier is at .1.3.6.1.4.1.40083.1.1.2.0

Signal strength is at
.1.3.6.1.4.1.40083.2.1.4.0

MCC is at
.1.3.6.1.4.1.40083.3.1.4.0

These OIDs did not seem to walk too well but they are all there in the MIB file.

I downloaded the MIB zip from an IX10 running the latest firmware with an active cellular service. The active service seems to make a difference as occasionally if there is no SIM and the module is rebooting, as per its normal process, the router sometimes believes it has no cell modem.

Nicholas Wilson
Your IoT
https://www.YourIoT.com.au
answered Jul 12 by NicholasYourIoT Seasoned Professional (194 points)
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Hi Nicholas,

Your right these do not walk, though saved output shows it ends at DISMAN-EVENT-MIB. No walk for ACCELERATED, but worse the OIDs themselves show either " " or for signal strength I get -1.

Loading the MIB in ManageEngine's MibBrowser I get error that it could not parse the file: "Couldn't resolve these sequence constructs: {modemEntry]. Every other MIB provided from the zip does load, just not ACCELERATED-MIB.
answered Jul 12 by ssa2294 New to the Community (1 point)
I had the same error in ManageEngine MIBBrowser but I could read the MIB correctly in Paessler MIB Importer which is where I got the OIDs from.

Nicholas Wilson
Your IoT
https://www.YourIoT.com.au
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