=========================== R E L E A S E N O T E S =========================== BASP sub-agent for Windows 2000 and NT SNMP Service Version 1.0.7 Copyright (c) 2001 Broadcom Corporation All rights reserved. Jan. 11, 2001 Overview -------- The BASP sub-agent, baspmgnt.dll, is designed for the Windows 2000 and Windows NT SNMP Service. It is required to install the SNMP service before installing BASP sub-agent. The BASP sub-agent allows an SNMP manager software to actively monitor the configurations and performance of the Broadcom Advanced Server features. The sub-agent also provides an alarm trap to an SNMP manager to inform the manager of any changes to the conditions of the BASP component. The BASP sub-agent allows monitoring of the configurations and statistics for the BASP teams, the physical NIC adapters participating in a team, and the virtual NIC adapters created as the result of teaming. The BASP configuration data includes information such as team IDs, physical/virtual/VLAN/team adapter IDs, physical/virtual/VLAN/team/ adapter descriptions, and MAC addresses of the adapters. The statistics include detailed information such as data packets transmitted and received for the physical/virtual/VLAN/team adapters. The alarm trap sends back to an SNMP manager information about the changes in configuration of the physical adapters participating in a team, such as physical adapter link up/down, and adapter installed/removed events. To monitor this information, an SNMP manager needs to load the Broadcom BASP MIB database files to allow monitoring of the information described above. These files shown below, are included with the Broadcom installation CD: baspconfig.mib baspstat.mib basptrap.mib The monitored system running BASP requires installation of the BASP SNMP sub-agent component and either the Microsoft Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0 SNMP service to be installed. Installation of this component should be done through the BASCS setup application. See the Broadcom Advanced Server Control Suite section in the User Guide for detail information on this installation. Manual Installation ------------------- (1) Make sure Microsoft SNMP Service is installed. (2) Use registry editor to add following keys: (a) Go to "HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\SNMP\Parameters\ExtensionAgent" sub-key. (b) Locate the highest number shown under this sub-tree and create a new DWORD value with the name as one plus the highest number, e.g. if the highest number shown is 5, create a DWORD value key with name "6" and the value as "SOFTWARE\Broadcom\BASPAgent\CurrentVersion". (c) Go to "HKLM\Software". (d) Create three sub-keys underneath this tree as "Broadcom\BASPAgent\CurrentVersion". (e) Go to "HKLM\Software\Broadcom\BASPAgent\CurrentVersion". (f) Create a STRING key with the name "pathname" and the value as "%systemroot%\system32\baspmgnt.dll" (3) Open a command prompt and enter "net stop SNMP" to stop the current running instance of the SNMP service. (4) Enter "net start snmp" to restart the SNMP service. Changes ------- v1.0.7: Fixed SNMP config MIB syntax. v1.0.6: Added SNMP TRAP support for Failover events. v1.0.5: Fixed zero value problem of btsvPacketSend object. v1.0.4: Fixed "Get Request Failed error when try to get btsvPacketRecv object." Fixed "Both BASPConfig and BASPStat mib files do not display name correctly in the Mib Browser." Changed the description of "btTeamIndex" object in the mib files. Fixed compilation error of mib files with MG-SOFT MIB compiler v1.0. v1.0.3: Fixed "no such name error" in GET request on scalar variables, such as btTeamNumber.Download Driver Pack
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