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Outlet Configuration (sPDUOutletConfig) OIDs
The sPDUOutletConfig OIDs consist of an sPDUOutletConfigTableSize read-only OID that defines the
number of outlets (always 8), as well as one set of identical OIDs for each outlet, each set consisting of:
q An sPDUOutletConfigIndex read-only OID that identifies the outlet.
q An sPDUOutletPowerOnTime OID that allows you to define how much time, if any, in seconds, the
outlet will delay providing output power when master power is newly applied:
-1 (for never power on automatically)
0 (no delay: power on with master)
15 (for 15-second delay)
30 (for 30-second delay)
45 (for 45-second delay)
60 (for 1-minute delay)
120 (for 2-minute delay)
300 (for 5-minute delay)
q An sPDUOutletName OID that allows you to define an up to 20-character long device name for the
outlet.
Traps
The MasterSwitch can send eight different MasterSwitch-MIB traps and three MIB-II traps.
MasterSwitch-MIB Traps
The following table briefly identifies and describes the eight MasterSwitch-MIB traps.
MasterSwitch-MIB Trap Index Number - Description
outletOn 41 - The specified outlet has been turned on (if 0, all outlets have been turned on).
outletOff 42 - The specified outlet has been turned off (if 0, all outlets have been turned off).
outletReboot 43 - The specified outlet has been rebooted (if 0, all outlets have been rebooted).
configChangeSNMP 44 - The SNMP configuration has been changed.
configChangeOutlet 45 - The specified outlet has changed configuration (if 0, the master outlet has changed
configuration.
accessViolationConsole 46 - Three unsuccessful terminal console logins have occurred.
configViolationHTTP 47 - An unsuccessful HTTP login has occurred.
passwordChange 48 - The password for the MasterSwitch
has changed.
MIB-II Traps
The following table briefly identifies and describes the three MIB-II traps.
MIB-II Traps Index Number - Description
coldStart 0 - The MasterSwitch
has been turned on.
warmStart 1 - A MasterSwitch reinitialization has occurred.
snmpAuthenticationFailure 4 - An attempt to use SNMP to access the MasterSwitch, while using an incorrect
community name, has occurred.