|Network Eagle Checks|
SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is used to monitor network-attached devices for conditions that warrant administrative attention. SNMP gives access to MIB (Management Information Bases), which specify the management data of a device subsystem. MIBs are collections of information that is organized hierarchically. They are comprised of managed objects and are identified by object identifiers (OIDs).
The simple application of Network Eagle SNMP check is to monitor SNMP agent alive status. Monitoring of MIB object status is more complex one.
To create SNMP check:
See Status Conditions section for check
fail or success conditions.
See Check Settings section for the explanation of SNMP check settings.
Success - The SNMP check is assumed successful for simple monitoring case If first met SNMP value can be queried from device. For SNMP MIB value monitoring, the check is assumed successful if SNMP value can be queried from the device and user-defined comparison criteria on this SNMP value will be satisfied.
Failed - The SNMP check is assumed failed If SNMP value can NOT be queried from the SNMP-enabled device. In case of monitoring SNMP MIB value, check can fail if user-defined comparasion criteria on the queried SNMP value is not satisfied.
Except standard properties for this check you may specify the next:
There are no specific settings for this type of SNMP check.
The following options should be specified for this type of check:
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