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    Monitoring the Secure Access as an SNMP Agent (NSM Procedure)

    You can use a network management tool such as HP OpenView to monitor the Secure Access device as an SNMP agent. The Secure Access device supports SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) v2, implements a private MIB (management information base), and defines its own traps. To enable your network management station to process these traps, you need to download the Juniper Networks MIB file and specify the appropriate information to receive the traps.

    To monitoring the Secure Access as an SNMP agent:

    1. In the NSM navigation tree, select Device Manager > Devices. Click the Device Tree tab, and then double-click the Secure Access device for which you want to monitor the Secure Access as an SNMP agent.
    2. Click the Configuration tab, and select System > Log/Monitoring > SNMP. The corresponding workspace appears.
    3. Add or modify settings as specified in Table 1.
    4. Click one:
      • OK—Saves the changes.
      • Cancel—Cancels the modification.

    Table 1: Monitoring Secure Access Device as SNMP Agent Details

    OptionFunction Your Action
    Settings tab

    SNMP Queries

    Allows you to enable SNMP queries.

    Select the SNMP Queries to enable this feature.

    SNMP Traps

    Allows you to enable SNMP traps.

    Select the SNMP Traps to enable this feature.

    System Name

    Specifies the system name of the Secure Access device agent.

    Enter the system name.

    System Location

    Specifies the system location of the Secure Access device agent.

    Enter the system location.

    System Contact

    Specifies the system contact of the Secure Access device agent.

    Enter the system contact.

    Community

    Specifies the community string in order to query the Secure Access device, your network management station must send the Community string to the Secure Access device.

    Enter the string.

    Trap Settings tab

    Check Frequency (seconds)

    Specifies the value for check frequency trap.

    Enter the value.

    Log Capacity (%)

    Specifies the value for log capacity trap.

    Enter the value.

    Users (%)

    Specifies the value for users trap.

    Enter the value.

    Memory (%)

    Specifies the value for memory trap.

    Enter the value.

    Swap Memory (%)

    Specifies the value for swap memory trap.

    Enter the value.

    Disk (%)

    Specifies the value for disk trap.

    Enter the value.

    CPU (%)

    Specifies the value for CPU trap.

    Enter the value.

    Meeting Users (%)

    Specifies the value for memory users trap.

    Enter the value.

    Send Traps for Critical Log Events

    Allows you to send traps for critical log events.

    Select the Send Traps for Critical Log Events check box to enable this feature.

    Send Traps for Major Log Events

    Allows you to send traps for major log events.

    Select the Send Traps for Major Log Events check box to enable this feature.

    SNMP Servers > Host Name/IP address

    Specifies the server’s host name or IP address

    Enter the hostname or IP address.

    SNMP Servers > Port

    Specifies the port on which the server listens.

    Enter the port number (typically port 162.)

    SNMP Servers > Community

    Specifies the community string required by the network management station.

    Enter the string.

    Note: To disable the SNMP module, you must disable the SNMP query and SNMP traps.

     

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    Published: 2013-01-03