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    Configuring SNMP Custom Monitors (C-Web Interface)

    You can create custom SNMP monitors to detect changes in MIB objects.

    To create custom SNMP monitors:

    1. Click Configure, expand SNMP, and click Monitor.

      The Monitor pane appears.

    2. From the Create new list, select Alarm.
    3. Type a name for the new alarm in the dialog box, and click OK.

      The alarm name appears in the side pane and the SNMP pane.

    4. Enter alarm properties as described in the Help text in the Main pane, and click OK.
    5. Configure a test condition for the alarm.
      1. In the side pane, under the alarm you are configuring select a test condition: Boolean test, Existence Test, or Threshold Test.
      2. (Optional) If you configured a Boolean or threshold test, and set the sample type as delta-value, you can select Delta Discontinuity Check to validate delta values.
      3. Enter test properties as described in the Help text in the Main pane, and click OK.
    6. In the side pane, select Monitor again.

      The Monitor pane appears.

    7. From the Create new list, select Event.
    8. Type a name for the new event in the dialog box, and click OK.
    9. In the side pane, under the event that you created, expand the event.
    10. Click Notification and enter notification properties as described in the Help text in the Main pane, and click OK.

      Or

      Click SNMP Set and enter set properties as described in the Help text in the Main pane, and click OK.

    11. (Optional) In the left pane, select Monitor; then in the Main pane enter an SNMP v3 security name.

    Published: 2014-12-10