The SNMP Table event monitor makes it easy to monitor SNMP values where the list of items changes dynamically. For example, a wifi access point might maintain an SNMP table that lists all of the clients that are currently connected. The SNMP Table event monitor makes it easy to monitor that list even as clients connect and disconnect throughout the day.
To begin, enter the SNMP profile, version, and community string that will be used to connect with the event monitor. Enter the port number, timeout, and the number of retries you want the monitor to perform.
The first option lets you choose the level of alert you will receive if the event monitor cannot connect to one or more of your network devices.
The next option will send you an alert if the SNMP values you're monitoring cannot be found.
Check the box labeled "Include a table of the result data" if you want the event text generated by the event monitor to include a table of results. You can also choose to color-code the result data for easy interpretation.
Enter the table's base OID or symbolic name in the "Table Base" field.
Enter the table item that will be used to generate labels.
Use the template below to enter the table items you want to monitor. Enter a period followed by the item name.
This tutorial taught you how to set up an SNMP Table Event Monitor. To view more documentation about this event monitor, visit its Technical Resources page. Keep an eye on the Features page for new tutorials on related topics coming soon!More Tutorials