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How can I find the current connectivity sessions via SNMP?

TheScottPowell
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I am looking for the current number of VPN conenctions.

 

show /apm license shows things like:

total connectivity sessions: 500          

current connectivity sessions: 197

 

How can I get these via SNMP? I cannot find locate the OID.

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Hello,

 

Please refer -

 

https://support.f5.com/csp/article/K53013601

 

Mayur

I see the article. I think I need apmGlobalConnectivityStatCurConns, but I need the numeric version of this OID. I can't get the snmptranslate to work.

Well, I take that back. I got snmptranslate to work. The numeric OID when queried returns a number that is not the same as what I am looking for. apmGlobalConnectivityStatCurConns has a description of "The current connectivity sessions in the system", which I would think is the same as # show /apm license

current connectivity sessions: xxx

 

But the xxx above does not match the snmp returned value (in my case, command line show ed over 200 and I got 167 from SNMP. That description sure sounds right to me.

TheScottPowell
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And better yet, I answered my own question. It's a bug. K17305

They've known about it for 5 years and still haven't fixed it.