[mrtg] Re: SNMP monitoring of Windows CPU/Memory/Disk

PAUL WILLIAMSON pwilliamson at mandtbank.com
Thu Jun 9 20:04:28 MEST 2005

>>> "Bill Matthews" <bill.matthews at gmail.com> 06/09/05 1:57 PM >>>
> Hi There,
> I use MRTG for watching my routers (of course) and also use it 
> to monitor CPU/Memory/Disk on my Unix/Linux servers.
> My question is, does Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 come with an 
> SNMP agent?  If not, could I install net-snmp?  Anyone have the 
> MIBs?
> Thanks
> BM

Use SNMP Informant...much better.

Yeah, you could use net-snmp too, but not as good IMHO!
At least for the Windows boxes.  It's great for the unix 

Microsoft's SNMP is as broken as they come.  Not worth even 


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