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Configuring SNMP Monitoring via Pulseway Agent
Configuring SNMP Monitoring via Pulseway Agent
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Written by Paul Csiki
Updated over a week ago

The Pulseway Web App allows Users to configure SNMP Monitoring via the "Networks > SNMP Profiles" option.

An SNMP Profile is a collection of SNMP Variables and SNMP-based Alerts, which can then be applied to Network Devices in the "Networks > Manage" section. The advantage of the SNMP Profile is that, if once created, it can be assigned to multiple Devices that need the same kind of SNMP monitoring. It negates the need to map the same SNMP variables / alerts one by one to each Device. To learn more about configuring SNMP through the Pulseway Web App, refer this article.

Users can also configure SNMP on individual machines through the Pulseway Agent on each of them. The steps for the same are detailed below.

The first thing that you need to do is to enable the SNMP feature on your server/workstation, if it is not already enabled. Then you can contact the manufacturer of your RAID device and ask them to provide you wit the documentation about MIBs. If you have the MIBs documentation or if you want to browse the MIB Oids, then you can use this tool to locate the required MIBs and their values. And then put these values into the Pulseway Manager -> Server Modules -> SNMP

Then click on Discover (system will detect the SNMP devices manually) or add device manually by the IP address

and configure the MIB Oid variable.

And select the required Oid or add it manually

Close the window and select the newly configured variable.

and after this you have to configure the Notifications -> Server Modules -> SNMP

Add the variable.

and configure the condition when to send the notification

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