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Check PowerConnect Switch

Rating
8 votes
Favoured:
1
Current Version
1.3
Last Release Date
2015-05-19
Compatible With
  • Nagios 3.x
  • Nagios 4.x
Owner
License
GPL
Hits
64165
Files:
FileDescription
check_snmp_powerconnectcheck_snmp_powerconnect
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Supports a wide variety of models tested with 33xx,34xx, 35xx, 53xx, 54xx, 60xx, 62xx, 80xx, N20xx, N30xx, N40xx
check_snmp_powerconnect -H {hostname / IP address} -C {SNMP community} -t {check to perform}

Possible checks to run are as follows:

assets
uptime
ports
port
temps
fans
psus


modifications have to deliver better information, temperature 35xx models only works for now. I hope to leave full operation in the near future.

version 1.1

add temp status for modem 62xx, 80xx.
fan status bug in some models now display status OK.
bug with model 54xx still persist when check assets.

version 1.2

corrected minor bugs. Thx to Sven Dohmen.

version 1.3

add support for dell series N.
Reviews (4)
byfred-eric, September 5, 2018
This plugin is great.

Since Dell EMC merger, some products name change to Dell EMC Networking

Here is a small patch :

162c162
MODEL=$(snmpwalk -v 2c -Ovq -c $COMMUNITY $HOST_NAME 1.3.6.1.4.1.674.10895.3000.1.2.100.1.0 | tr -d """|cut -d " " -f2)
166c166
MODEL=$(snmpwalk -v 2c -Ovq -c $COMMUNITY $HOST_NAME 1.3.6.1.4.1.674.10895.3000.1.2.100.1.0 | tr -d """|cut -d " " -f3)

I also add the following code at line 169 to add S3048-ON temps
byerictech, December 8, 2016
This does exactly what I needed and works for models 5548 and N2048.

I did come across an issue when a switch is in a stack. The fan temps check does not calculate the proper exit status. Here is my diff for the changes I added to fix this:

212a213
> if [ $TEMPS_EXIT_STATUS -lt '2' ]; then
213a215,217
> else
> TEMPS_EXIT_STATUS=2
> fi
215a220
> if [ $TEMPS_EXIT_STATUS -lt '1' ]; then
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>

The only other thing I see that would make this more awesome, is to add the global status health check. There is another module on the exchange that does and I may add it to this one. It uses the productStatusGlobalStatus mib. It may be redundant to check the fans, temp, psus AND health, but in certain places, a simple health check may be sufficient.
This plugin works great for temperature monitoring and graphs.
I use also for uptime status, works nice for status. Need to passed the uptime in numeric argument like ms with another script and to an division to graph uptime in days.
I recommend this plugin!

Regards,
belgotux
bythehofman, November 12, 2013
Works great. Thanks a lot for the plug-in!