Printer status OIDs

Printer status OIDs

Here are the below OIDs we use to get the status of the printer which are hard coded in OpManager:

1.   .

Printer Operational status like Up, Down or Warning

2.    . 

Printer Current status like idle, printing, or warmup

3.    .

lowPaper, noPaper, noToner, doorOpen, jammed, offline

4.   .

The content of a line in the logical display buffer of the operator's console of the printer like "Sleep mode on"

These OIDs are taken from the standard Printer-Mib which is available under /OpManager/Mibs.  So, mostly it should respond for all the printers.  If any particular printer model is not responding, we need to find the right OIDs and customize it in OpManager.

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