SNMP Polling with Opsview. SNMP Polling in Opsview Monitor is quick and easy to set up when following these simple steps. To find out more on SNMP Polling visit https://www.opsview.com/solutions/snmp-monitoring .
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The example seen in the video consists of setting up SNMP polling for a network device. To save time, a cisco 2611 has already been set up with various different interface checks. The video begins by showing how to set up your own. Choose our menu, settings, host settings and let's choose add new. Use the IP address or the host name change our host title let's change our host group, which in this example was created earlier, which is a collection of hosts and our host template which is a collection of service checks. Use SNMP mib 2 and to change the monitoring server that have configured as a slave and that will give you the ability to monitor this in a different data centre or different subnets. Choose SNMP enable SNMP. Opsview supports many different SNMP versions, including version 1 2 and 3.
- Open host settings and add new. Enter the IP address, host title, host group and host template.
- Change the monitoring server.
- Enable SNMP and enter SNMP Community string.
- Choose default message size and level.
- Select the interfaces you wish to monitor.
- Reload and apply changes.
For more on SNMP monitoring features and SNMP traps, visit https://www.opsview.com/products/features/snmp-traps to find out everything you need to know.
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