Chassis Intrusion (Dell iDRAC) service

The Chassis Intrusion (Dell iDRAC) service monitors the chassis security feature that detects if a chassis component is removed or replaced from a Dell PowerEdge server using the embedded integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC).

Service TypeSNMP
Instances on a Device100
Supported Systems/ApplicationsDell PowerEdge servers with integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC)
Device Class for CPU (SNMP)Servers - Management Interface
Monitored ByWindows agent
Scan Interval15 minutes
SNMP IndexEnter or select the name of the SNMP index to be used by this service.

Status Detail>Object DescriptorsNumerical OIDDescription

The current status of the chassis intrusion sensor mapped as:

1 - other,
2 - unknown,
3 - ok,
4 - nonCritical,
5 - critical, and,
6 - nonRecoverable.


Indicates whether or not the chassis intrusion sensor is currently being read mapped as:

1 - chassisNotBreached,
2 - chassisBreached,
3 - chassisBreachedPrior, and,
4 - chassisBreachSensorFailure.


Indicates the type of the intrusion sensor used for chassis security mapped as:

1 - chassisBreachDetectionWhenPowerON, and,
2 - chassisBreachDetectionWhenPowerOFF.


Indicates the current state settings of the intrusion sensor mapped as:

1 - unknown,
2 - enabled,
4 - notReady, and
6 - enabledAndNotReady.