[mrtg] monitoring services on remote snmp enabled windows server
irvine.harris at gmail.com
Fri Jul 13 05:55:52 CEST 2007
Thank you very much Max that was a very great info for me.
So these OIDs should be unique for particular brand of servers right? i got
info for 1 of my servers(havnt tried it yet)
but i tried using an mib view (oidView) to view the OIDs of a server..how
can i make sure i get correct values for temperature,cpu load etc?there r
hell a lot of objects and modules in it !
thx again !
On 7/12/07, Max Hetrick <btmanmeh at verizon.net> wrote:
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> Well, this isn't specific to windows, so no, copying and pasting this
> into your config isn't going to work. I was just giving you a generic
> example of how to use SNMP with MRTG.
> What you need to do is find out the specific OIDs of your server
> parameters that you want to graph. Substitute that for the OIDs I used
> as the example, and substitute your community string and hostnames as
> Host SNMP OID SNMP OID CommString
> 220.127.116.11.4.1.15818.104.22.168&22.214.171.124.4.1.158126.96.36.199:COMMSTRING at temp1
> If you don't understand SNMP, then you need to do some reading about
> that to understand what I just said. Google is your friend here.
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