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SNMP to detect FPD status?

Hello, imagine there are hundreds of NCS and ASR9K devices.

I need to detect if FPDs require upgrade. 

Is there any MIB or other automated method that I could use to detect that FPD in the router "NEEDUPGD"?

RP/0/RP0/CPU0:ios#show hw-module fpd all                  
Thu Feb  2 19:53:39.770 UTC
                                                               FPD Versions
                                                               =================
Location   Card type        HWver FPD device       ATR Status   Running Programd
------------------------------------------------------------------------------
0/0       NC55-36X100G      1.1   MIFPGA               CURRENT    0.09    0.09 
0/0       NC55-36X100G      1.1   Bootloader           CURRENT    1.17    1.17 
0/0       NC55-36X100G      1.1   IOFPGA                CURRENT    0.14    0.12 
0/1       NC55-36X100G      1.1   MIFPGA               CURRENT    0.09    0.09 
0/1       NC55-36X100G      1.1   Bootloader           CURRENT    1.17    1.17 
0/1       NC55-36X100G      1.1   IOFPGA                CURRENT    0.14    0.12 
0/RP0     NC55-RP              1.1   Bootloader           CURRENT    9.23    9.23 
0/RP0     NC55-RP              1.1   IOFPGA                CURRENT    0.09    0.09 
0/RP1     NC55-RP              1.1   Bootloader           CURRENT    9.23    9.23 
0/RP1     NC55-RP              1.1   IOFPGA                CURRENT    0.09    0.09 
0/FC0     NC55-5508-FC    1.0   Bootloader           NEEDUPGD  1.67    1.70    <=======  

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Hi,

Hi,

Unfortunately,  there is no MIB support to monitor FPD software ATR status and additional details.
There are some SYSLOG events to monitor update operations erros.

The best alternative on device side would create an EEM applet or script to catch the desired status from CLI command output and then send a notification, such as a custom SNMP trap, SYSLOG event or email.

References:
FPD 101 for the ASR9k platform

Upgrading FPD

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