Starting with version 2.92 EventSentry can receive SNMP traps with the EventSentry Network Services service. This service includes a Syslog as well as Snmp daemon processing incoming Syslog messages and/or Snmp traps. Incoming messages can either be logged to the event log and/or the EventSentry database. SNMP functionality includes t...

KB-ID 191
Category: Network Monitoring
Applies to: 3.0.1 and later

Run the following commands in the terminal: Update package list: sudo apt update Install SNMP: sudo apt install snmpd Next we need to configure multiple entries in the snmpd.conf file there is a manual page located here link to http://netsnmp.sourceforge.net/docs/man/snmpd.conf.html which contains information for additional config...

KB-ID 281
Category: Heartbeat Monitoring
Applies to: 3.0.1 and later

Run the following commands in the terminal: Update all packages: sudo yum checkupdate Install SNMP: yum y install netsnmp Next we need to configure multiple entries in the snmpd.conf there is a manual page located here link to http://netsnmp.sourceforge.net/docs/man/snmpd.conf.html which contains information for additional conf...

KB-ID 282
Category: Heartbeat Monitoring
Applies to: All Versions

If you use EventSentry 3.4 and have a build number older than 68 this error can indicate that either the SNMP check failed due to a blocked port UDP port 161 is required or that the device requires SNMP v3 authentication and this has not been set up yet in EventSentry or is set up incorrectly for the device. Please update your EventSentry...

KB-ID 379
Category: Management Console
Applies to: 3.4

Synology diskstations offer a SNMP counter that can be monitored with EventSentry to alert if a system update is available. This information can be obtained by monitoring the upgradeAvailable SNMP OID 1.3.6.1.4.1.6574.1.5.4.0 This counter returns one of the following values: 1: Available 2: Unavailable 3: Connecting 4: Dis...

KB-ID 425
Category: Configuration

Prerequisites The printer or MFD device must support SNMPget sometimes referred to as SNMP polling and must be able to accept incoming requests on UDP port 161. If your printer or copier does not meet this criteria then you won39t be able to monitor it. 1 Log onto the admin interface of your printer or copier and enable SNMP and confi...

KB-ID 430
Category: Network Monitoring
Applies to: 3.0 and newer

EventSentry can retrieve various device information such as disk space ampamp performance metrics via SNMP. This guide shows how to correctly configure and add a device to be monitored via SNMP. 1. Check/Enable/Configure Device to use SNMP 2. GUI: Adding devices 3. Verifying SNMP configuration 4. Viewing information in the web reports 5. ...

KB-ID 451
Category: Network Monitoring
Applies to: 3.1 and later