[rancid] HP ProCurve MSM410 AccessPoint
heas at shrubbery.net
Mon Feb 6 20:15:16 UTC 2012
Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 08:10:43AM +0100, Helmut Wieser:
> I'm using rancid-2.3.6 on CentOS 5.4. I got a few HP ProCurve 4204s, HP
> 2650s, 2520s, etc.
> They all work fine, but then of course these respond to "show system" or
> "show system information".
the way its coded, I wouldn't expect it to fail if can't run either of those,
though the collection would be somewhat deficient. What is the error they
produce in response to either of those commands?
> On 16.01.2012 00:49, shouldbe q931 wrote:
> > On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 10:02 AM, Helmut Wieser<helmut.wieser at ieee.org> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> I've got rancid running fine with a variety of devices. However I've got a
> >> few HP ProCurve MSM410 access points that I would like to monitor with
> >> rancid as well. I can log in fine with hlogin. But they do not support "show
> >> system" or "show system information". Instead the command needs to be "show
> >> system info".
> >> Is anyone using those devices in rancid? I tried type "hp" in router.db, but
> >> this doesn't work.
> >> Here's sample "show system info" output:
> >> CLI# show system info
> >> [CPU info] [Mem
> >> info]
> >> Firmware Version: 18.104.22.168-y-xxxx Load 1min: 0.00 Total RAM:
> >> 263438336
> >> Uptime: 123 days, 03:56> Load 5min: 0.00 Free
> >> RAM: 219406336
> >> Board Revision: 50-00-1036-02 Load 15min: 0.00 Buffer
> >> RAM: 6041600
> >> Serial Number: xxxxxxxxxx CPU use now: 0% Cache
> >> RAM: 14221312
> >> CPU 5sec ago: 1%
> >> [Storage use]
> >> CPU 10sec ago: 0% Permanent:
> >> 3%
> >> CPU 20sec ago: 1% Temporary:
> >> 1%
> >> This is a list of all commands:
> >> end:
> >> Switches to parent context.
> >> reboot device:
> >> Restarts the system.
> >> show interfaces:
> >> Show networking interfaces.
> >> show bridge:
> >> Show bridge information.
> >> show bridge forwarding:
> >> Show bridge forwarding information.
> >> show arp:
> >> Show the ARP table.
> >> show ip:
> >> Show all IP addresses.
> >> show ip route:
> >> Show all IP routes.
> >> show dns cache [<serial>]:
> >> Show DNS cache entries. Specify a serial number to display detailed
> >> information.
> >> show system info:
> >> Show basic system information.
> >> show certificate:
> >> Display current certificates.
> >> show certificate binding:
> >> Display how the certificates are used.
> >> sh:
> >> Protected access to shell.
> >> arp<arguments>:
> >> Displays and modifies the Internet-to-Ethernet address translation
> >> tables used by the address resolution protocol.
> >> iperf<arguments>:
> >> Runs a performance throughput test.
> >> ping<arguments>:
> >> Determines if the specified remote IP address is active.
> >> arping<arguments>:
> >> Pings a destination on a device interface using ARP packets.
> >> quit:
> >> Exit the enable context.
> >> rcapture<arguments>:
> >> Sends port capture to an FTP server.
> >> dumpstats<arguments>:
> >> Display internal status.
> >> show all config:
> >> Print all configuration that applies to this device.
> >> show client log [<macaddr>]:
> >> Display client station log. Enter the MAC address to display more
> >> details for a specific client station.
> >> show wireless neighborhood:
> >> Show all access points detected nearby.
> >> show wireless rogue-ap:
> >> Show all rogue access points detected nearby.
> >> show dot11 associations:
> >> Show all current wireless associations.
> >> show dot11 statistics client-traffic:
> >> Show current client matrix statistics.
> >> show local mesh:
> >> Show current local mesh interfaces.
> >> config:
> >> Switches to the config context.
> >> factory reset:
> >> Resets the unit to factory default settings.
> >> switch operational mode:
> >> Switches the unit operational mode.
> >> kind regards,
> >> Helmut Wieser
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> > Which version of rancid are you using, and are you using it for any
> > other HP devices ?
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