How SNMP Works – a quick guide
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Learn how SNMP works in just minutes with Aaron! Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is an important standard to learn for anyone in IT in order to monitor network devices and servers without installing dedicated agents on target machines (i.e. agentless). Thousands of various network devices \u0026 operating systems from different vendors support SNMP to deliver critical information on important metrics like health, usage, service state and more. This introduction video explains topics like:
Basic background info
Key terminology like OID and MIB among others
How SNMP easily monitors devices like switches \u0026 routers
How SNMP works with ports, messages, traps, and more
SNMP versions (learn all about v3: https://youtu.be/NgceiOe9SO0)
1. Learn how Nagios provides complete monitoring of SNMP ➜ https://www.nagios.com/solutions/snmpmonitoring/
2. Watch SNMP monitoring w/ Nagios XI (series) to monitor anything switches, routers, OIDs, traps, and more. Also see how to easily manage MIBs \u0026 use our SNMP wizards ➜ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oT0tPsrEQgQ\u0026list=PLNryIrpC_mAFLgaaA61U0tjH0qV1HP57\u0026index=1
3. Download Nagios XI (free) ➜ http://nag.is/snmpxidd
4. Enjoy life
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PRTG Tutorial: SNMP Custom Sensors and SNMP Library Sensors
In this tutorial Heather shows you how to import MIBs into PRTG and how to use the OIDs in those MIBs to create SNMP Custom and SNMP Library sensors. For basic knowledge of SNMP in PRTG, take a look at our Website: http://paessler.com/snmp_monitor
If you still have questions don’t hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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SNMP monitoring software: All in one for professionals
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What is SNMP?
SNMP stands for Simple Network Management Protocol and consists of three key components: managed devices, agents, and networkmanagement systems (NMSs). The protocol is a set of standards for communication with devices in a TCP/IP network. SNMP monitoring is useful for anyone who is responsible for servers and network devices such as hosts, routers, hubs and switches. It lets you keep an eye on network and bandwidth usage, and track important issues such as uptime and traffic levels.
Table of Contents:
0:00 Intro \u0026 disclosure
1:35 Download MIBImporter
2:19 Install MIBImporter
2:46 Import MIB
4:11 OIDLib Setup
6:44 Add Sensors in PRTG
8:15 Sensor explanations
8:50 Add SNMP Costum Sensor
The advantages of SNMP Monitoring with PRTG:
1. SNMP sensors
PRTG comes with several preconfigured SNMP sensors. Among these is a series of sensors developed especially for device manufacturers such as Cisco, HP, Dell, and Synology. The SNMP Custom Sensor also lets you monitor a number of other devices from a variety of different manufacturers via SNMP.
Below you will find a selection of our \”bestof\” sensors. Whether servers, routers, or switches: with PRTG, you get a professional SNMP network monitoring software and a comprehensive view of your network.
2. Builtin alarm features
Our SNMP server monitoring software is equipped with a builtin alarm feature. You’re free to set the threshold values and alert method (email, SMS, or a free push notification to your smartphone) any way you please. PRTG includes a customizable notification system which you can define according to your own personal needs.
3. Auto Discovery
The PRTG Auto Discovery facilitates your search. With this feature, all of the available devices in your network which are switched on for SNMP monitoring are checked, and suitable sensors are created, automatically. Your initial monitoring will thus be set up in the blink of an eye! You can then get down to its finetuning.
4. Builtin alarm features
Reports are also included in the free SNMP server monitoring software. Among other things, they feature clear and comprehensible charts. One of the times these reports can come in handy is when your hardware is under heavy strain and you need to convince your higherups to provide you with the funds for an upgrade.
SNMP versions (SNMP V1, V2c, or V3) can vary from device to device. Should you encounter issues while setting up your SNMP tools for Windows, the Paessler Support Team (email@example.com) will be happy to offer you their expert advice and assistance. In general, our support team answers inquiries within 24 hours. With SNMP tools like the SNMP Tester (https://www.paessler.com/tools/snmptester) , you can detect and debug problems. Simply send your log files to our support team for analysis.
Use PRTG as an SNMP Trap Receiver
All in one, no extra cost: that is our philosophy. With PRTG, the full range of features is included. There are no hidden fees or additional upgrades to pay for. This is also true if you wish to use your monitoring for SNMP traps. Using PRTG as a trap receiver is simple! For we’ve created an appropriate sensor which is also available in the free version to help you get started.
SNMP traps: With SNMP monitoring, monitoring software usually sends small data packets to target devices in order to request various information from them. This in turn triggers response packets from the monitored devices for SNMP manager. The upside of SNMP traps is that devices automatically send messages to the SNMP server monitoring software in the event of crucial incidents, without first being requested to do so.
Further tutorials can be found on our channel and on our website under https://www.paessler.com/learn/videos
PRTG Tutorials are presented by Paessler https://www.paessler.com/
Also have a look at our blog https://blog.paessler.com/
How Nagios XI Works
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Nagios XI provides comprehensive IT infrastructure monitoring of all missioncritical components including servers, networks, operating systems, applications, network protocols, services, and systems metrics. Hundreds of thirdparty addons enable monitoring of virtually all inhouse applications, services, and systems.
Our Nagios expert, Aaron, made this series to teach users the essentials of Nagios XI so you can get monitoring straight away. Learn how Nagios XI works and how you can easily monitor anything in your environment.
Download XI: http://nag.is/xidd
Technical documentation: http://nag.is/xitd
User manuals: http://nag.is/xiud
Support Forum: http://nag.is/nsf
Who this video is for:
You have just Nagios XI installed somewhere, somehow on your network – either on a virtual machine or on physical hardware.
You want to learn how to monitor things in your environment and actually learn how to get some things monitored.
So whether this is your first time deploying Nagios XI in your organization or it’s already running and you need to learn it – this series if for you my friend! Hit play above and learn how Nagios has your back!
Already know how XI works and are ready to start monitoring? Click here to jump into Configuration Wizards.
How Nagios XI Works
As you see in the diagram, a Nagios XI Server actively monitors things in the network and it does it through either of two methods:
An agent lives on a network element like a Linux server. Nagios reaches out to the agent to check various stats (e.g. drive space, RAM, CPU usage, etc.). The agent collects the requested information and responds back to Nagios XI. Nagios first stores the information for later reports, historical charts, and graphing and then the other action it can take is to generate an alert. With the alert, the stats the agent returns may be representing a drive that’s too full or some other state and the generated alert is how you will know about the potential issue. (That’s a very generalized overview of an incredibly powerful and customizable piece of software.)
Another way to monitor devices is through a native protocol. There are two native protocols that Nagios uses, one is Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and the other is Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) which is specific to Windows environments. For example, if you have a network switch with SNMP enabled and configured, Nagios XI can reach out to see how the switch is doing. The switch will then respond with its state (e.g. all good, a port down, or anything else that may be going on).
The above are examples of active monitoring where Nagios asks a question and receives an answer back.
There is yet another way to monitor which is through passive monitoring. An example of passive monitoring is where the Nagios box never reaches out to devices; agents instead send a notification to Nagios – either regularly or just when a triggering event occurs.
And that’s how Nagios XI works friends!
UP NEXT: Click learn Configuration Wizards to quickly get monitoring.
Other topics in the video series include:
Configuration Wizard Templates
Bulk Host Cloning and Import Wizard
Learn More About Nagios XI: http://nag.is/xipd
Nagios homepage: https://www.nagios.com
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