SNMP (Performance)

The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) monitor accesses SNMP-supported network devices and graphs performance output.

Provide a unique name and description for the monitor, then configure the following:

  1. Click Select from list to launch the MIB Browser.
  2. Enter the Name or IP Address or navigate to and select any monitored device using the Browse option (WUG22.0-Browse_Device_Icon).
  3. Select a valid credential from the list or click the Library icon (WUG22.0-Library_Icon) to access the Credentials Library where you can create a new one.
  4. Update the default Timeout and/or Number of retries if desired.
  5. Select the specific Object ID and instance to be monitored from MIB Tree.
  6. Click Select to return to the monitor configuration dialog.
  7. Enable the Plot raw values option to monitor the current polled value instead of tracking the rate of change over time. Use this feature to graph the current value of the SNMP object.

Tip: While SNMP Performance monitors are used to gather historic performance, accounting, fault, and security metrics data useful for reports, SNMP active monitors are used to determine device Up state.

See Also

Performance Monitors

Active Script (Performance)

APC UPS (Performance)

AWS CloudWatch (Performance)

Azure Cloud (Performance)

Azure Cloud (Billing and Usage)

CPU Utilization (Performance)

PowerShell Scripting

Disk Utilization (Performance)

Printer Ink/Toner Performance Monitor

Hyper-V Virtual Machine Disk Activity

JMX (Performance)

Interface Utilization

Memory Utilization (Performance)

Ping Latency and Availability

REST API (Performance)

SNMP (Performance)

SQL Query (Performance)

SSH (Performance)

VMware Datastore IOPS

Windows Performance Counter

Configuring WMI Formatted Counter monitors

WMI Performance Monitor

Hyper-V Event Log Monitor

Hyper-V Host Virtual Machines Monitor