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SNMP Server Module


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SNMP Server module allows SNMP agent exploring, crawling for exposed variables, displaying real-time values on the mobile clients and monitoring variables for changes using configured rules.
 
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Agent discovery is supported, you click the “Run Discovery” button and watch how SNMP agents get added. Exporting and Importing is also possible to ease the process of configuration backup and migration.
 
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Send notifications when a selected SNMP agent variable value meets a certain condition:
 
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Hi,

 

The SNMP server module is not available for the free accounts and for now it is only supported by the Windows agent. 

We are working to bring it to the Linux agent too.

 

Hope this helps.

Marius

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Can the missing pictures be updated?

 

i am not sure i can find greather than, only equal og not equal in my setup is apperently available (under variable) 

 

see attached file.

 

i have only tested with SNMP on a printer, in number of documents.

 

but i would like to see greater than, so i can be sure the notification will be triggered.

 

//Rasmus

 

 

 

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Hi Rasmus,

 
We will update the missing images soon. To see the greater than, greater or equal than, lower than, lower or equal than options you need to mark the variable as an Integer variable. From Server Modules -> SNMP -> Edit SNMP Agent -> Variables -> Edit SNMP Variable set the Type to Integer and then you will be able to configure integer notifications.
 
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Chris
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Hi,

 

It looks like your device doesn't respect the SNMP convention by sending an empty IpAddress body (0x40, 0x00). That violates the standard, as the result should be a Null body (0x05, 0x00). IpAddress is defined in RFC2578, which is strictly of 4 bytes. That's why SNMP checks against 4 bytes. The check against 16 bytes is for IPv6 addresses. Can you try to update the firmware of the device to see if fixes the issue?

 

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Chris

Pulseway Support

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Hi Michel,

It's part of our wish list but due to the very little popularity of the Linux agent compared with the immense amount of feedback we receive for the Windows agent this was pushed from the Roadmap. I've brought this up in a meeting today and we're trying on bringing it back on the Roadmap. I apologize for the inconvenience.

In the meantime you can create a bash script that will use SNMPGET to query SNMP devices and if the value doesn't meet your criteria then return an exit code (exit [number]) that's not zero to mark the script as failed (which can send a notification if enabled).

-Paul

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+1 for Linux SNMP. There's a ton of small shops running Pi's to do basic tasks and monitoring. Plus these are used pretty heavily for Ubiquiti device management (a monitoring policy to add sensors for all of their products would be awesome and I'm sure attract some new customers).

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