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Last Modified Date10/21/2020 9:10 PM
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How to monitor PSA7000 interfaces with SNMP

This article provides detailed Information on how to monitor PSA7000 interfaces with SNMP.
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Pulse Secure’s PSA7000 appliance provides link redundancy in both the copper (PSA7000c) and fiber (PSA7000f) appliance models. While these models have four physical interfaces, they are divided into two sets:
  • two (2) interfaces for internal
  • two (2) interfaces for external
In PSA-7000, int0 comprises of physical ports "eth3 eth5" , ext0 comprises of "eth2 eth4" and mgt0 comprises of "eth1". All eth interfaces are physical ports.

Since administrator has no option to enable or disable "eth1, eth2, eth3, eth4,eth5", their ifAdminStatus remains down or 0 only and similarly ifOperStatus will also show down since it is dependent on ifAdminStatus.

This is working as per design and the customer can ignore the up/down status on these interfaces and only monitor int0, ext0, mgt0 instead of monitoring their eth interfaces.



 
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