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BUG: Centreon retrieves two states for one interface

  • 6 February 2024
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I try to monitor interface 1 of an Aruba-Switch-1930. The command which I use is the following:

/usr/lib/centreon/plugins//centreon_aruba.pl

--plugin=network::aruba::standard::snmp::plugin

--mode=interfaces

--hostname=10.133.120.240

--snmp-version='3'

--snmp-community='public'

--snmp-username=admin03

--authpassphrase="my password"

--authprotocol=SHA

--privpassphrase="my password"

--privprotocol=DES

--interface='^1$'

--name

--add-status

--add-traffic

--warning-in-traffic='80'

--critical-in-traffic='90'

--warning-out-traffic='80'

--critical-out-traffic='90'

--verbose

I replaced the authpassphrase and the privpassphrase. The problem with this command is that it returns the following output:

There are two states for the same interface. The first one mentioned (Interface ‘1’ Status : up (admin: up) is the right one. However, Centreon uses the second output (Interface: down). 

How could i change it to make this right? For all other interfaces it functions perfectly.


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