09-20-2017 01:27 AM
I need to calculate the number of licensed ports across our Brocade Switches. I have SNMP available to ALL Switches, but struggling to find the correct OID's to use to work out if a port is licensed (or not licensed).
Would anyone which OID, or OID's I would need to look at to see if a port is licensed.
09-20-2017 05:52 AM
you need to check the swFCPortDisableReason (added in 7.2.x) in the sub-tree for Fibre Channel port group swFCPort (SW-MIB) starting at 18.104.22.168.4.1.1522.214.171.124.1.6:
possible value of interest (search for license in SW-MIB) file
r-fcr-license (53), -- fcr not licensed
r-noenclicense (89), -- n-port's configured fi-port not licensed (enc1&2)
r-no-license (128), -- no license
r-no-icl-license (209), -- no icl license
r-no-ten-gig-license (210), -- no ten gig license
r-no-icl-pod2-license (224), -- no 2nd pod icl license. used only in dcx+/pluto+ switch
check the SW-MIb file, I have attached a copy to this post.