GENERIC SNMP

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Find all the service models dedicated to the supervision of your Other GENERIC SNMP.

Service Models

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SNMP-Status

Checks if the SNMP service is functional with the specified community on port 161. Alerts in case of an error. Configuration: SNMP community

Available from version 3.13

GLOBAL-SNMPv3-OID

Performs an SNMP collection of information, identified by an OID, on a device. Configuration: SNMPv3 information, OID, prefix text placed before the returned value, unit placed after the returned value, thresholds to be expressed in the unit

Available from version 3.13

Global-SNMPv3-Table-Status

Collects the global status of an SNMP v3 table from the status of each instance, taking into account a white list or a black list. The output texts are customizable. Configuration SNMP port, OID of the SNMP table to analyse, OID of the white list or black list items, white list, black list, OID of the value to analyse, values generating each of the states, text to display if the status is OK, SNMPv3 connection information. If a whitelist is indicated the blacklist is ignored.

Available from version 4.9

Global-SNMPv3-Table-Value

Checks the whole SNMP v3 table by comparing for each index the value associated with the defined alert thresholds.
Alert if at least one of the values exceeds the threshold.
The use of a white/black list is possible to control only certain indexes of the table.
The OIDs to be checked for the table, the values, the white/black lists and the name displayed in the output are configurable.
Configuration: OID of the table, OID of the value to be checked, OID of the name to be displayed in the result, OID of the value to be searched for white/black lists, white list, black list, alert thresholds, text to be displayed, SNMP v3 connection information.

Available from version 4.9

GLOBAL-PS-STATUS

Generic Powershell control.
Executes a remote Powershell command returning one or more objects.
For each object compare a property of the object with the alert thresholds.
Alert if at least one object has its property controlled outside an alert threshold.
It is possible to restrict the list of objects to be checked according to another (configurable) property which will be compared with a white list and a black list.
Configuration: Windows monitoring account, command to execute, property identifying an object, property to control, property to filter, alert thresholds, whitelist, blacklist, OK output text, remote connection method, Powershell console to use

Available from version 3.13

GLOBAL-SNMP-OID

Performs an SNMP collection of information, identified by an OID, on a device. Configuration: SNMP community, OID, prefix text placed before the returned value, unit placed after the returned value, thresholds to be expressed in the unit, SNMP port number, SNMP protocol version.

Available from version 3.13

Global-SNMP-OID-Status

Checks an SNMP OID against a list of statuses. It is possible to define an output text for each value that the OID can take. Configuration: SNMP community, SNMP port, version, OID of the value to analyze, values generating each of the states, text to display for each of the values that the OID can take.

Available from version 3.13

Global-SNMP-Operation

Performs one or two mathematical operations between multiple OIDs and returns one or two results. Alerts if the result of the first calculation exceeds a certain threshold.

Configuration: SNMP community, SNMP version, SNMP port, OID list, 1st calculation formula, 2nd calculation formula, warning threshold, critical threshold, performance data prefix

Available from version 3.14

Global-SNMP-Table-Rate

Checks the whole SNMP table by collecting two values for each index, and dividing them to get a rate.
Alert if at least one of the rates obtained exceeds the specified threshold.
The use of a white/black list is possible to control only certain indexes of the table.
Collects for each index in the table the following performance data: calculated rate, numerator value multiplied by a factor.
Displays in case of alert the list of concerned indexes, the rate, and the value in the unit obtained after multiplication by the factor.
The OIDs to be checked for the table, values, white/black lists, performance data unit, multiplication factor, performance data suffixes (absolute value, performance) are configurable.
Configuration: SNMP supervision account, SNMP version, table OID, numerator and denominator OID, name OID to be displayed in the result, value OID to be searched for white/black lists, white list, black list, alert thresholds, text to be displayed, performance data unit, multiplication factor, performance data suffix for numerator value, performance data suffix for rate.

Available from version 3.13

Global-SNMP-Table-Status

Collects the global status of an SNMP table from the status of each instance, taking into account a white list or a black list. The output texts are configurable. Configuration: SNMP community, SNMP port, version, OID of the SNMP table to analyse, OID of the elements of the white list or black list, white list, black list, OID of the value to analyse, values generating each of the states, text to display if the status is OK. If a white list is indicated, the black list is ignored.

Available from version 3.13

Global-SNMP-Table-Value

Checks an entire SNMP table by comparing for each index the value associated with the defined alert thresholds.

Alert if at least one of the values exceeds the threshold.

The use of a white/black list is possible to control only certain indexes of the table.

The OIDs to be checked for the table, the values, the white/black lists and the name displayed in the output are configurable.

Configuration: SNMP supervision account, SNMP version, OID of the table, OID of the value to check, OID of the name to display in the result, OID of the value to search for in the white/black lists, white list, black list, alert thresholds, text to display.

Available from version 3.13

Event-SNMP

Captures SNMP events sent about the equipment and displays the information contained in the event. Configuration: the equipment name must be the DNS name (or IP address). 

Available from version 3.13
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