RMON Probe Configuration Parameters
The RMON probe configuration parameters supported in ExtremeXOS are a subset of the probe configuration group as defined in RFC 2021. The probe configuration group controls and defines the operation of the RMON agent.
You can configure the following objects:
probeCapabilities—View the RMON MIB groups supported on at least one interface by the probe.
probeSoftwareRev—View the current software version of the monitored device.
probeHardwareRev—View the current hardware version of the monitored device.
probeDateTime—View the current date and time of the probe. For example, Friday December 31, 2004 at 1:30:15 PM EST is displayed as: 2004-12-31,13:30:15.0
If the probe is aware of time zones, the display also includes the Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) offset. For example, Friday, December 31, 2004, 1:30:15 PM EST with the offset known is displayed as: 2004-12-31,13:30:15.0, -4.0
If time information is unavailable or unknown, the time is not displayed.
probeResetControl—Restart a managed device that is not running normally. Depending on your configuration, you can do one of the following:
- Warm boot—A warm boot restarts the device using the current configuration saved in non-volatile memory.
- Cold boot—A cold boot causes the device to reset the configuration parameters stored in non-volatile memory to the factory defaults and then restarts the device using the restored factory default configuration.