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For example, if the device gets a fatal error and stops working, it prevents the SNMP agent from operating as well.
Also, if the network card on a device breaks, the SNMP agent is unable to send out a trap message.
go to the settings, go to the Credentials for SNMP Devices and enter the community string Hi, I too am evaluating PRTG and I cannot, for the life of me, find where one sets the default community string used throughout my network and the jury of self-awareness is split on "it's probably right under your nose" and "why would they do such a good job of hiding something so fundamental? I've sufficiently wandered aimless around the UI looking for it to no avail, so I now all I can do ask for help.
" One thing is for sure- I very much regret not entering the string correctly during the initial setup thinking that it would be easy to set later! Thank you in advance, Matt Hello Matt, thank you very much for your input.
You won't find this under "Setup" because Setup refers to PRTG's setup itself and other global settings.
Please keep in mind that like other settings in PRTG, the SNMP Credentials will be inherited by all objects below the level where you configure it, unless overwritten at a lower level: Disclaimer: The information in the Paessler Knowledge Base comes without warranty of any kind. Before applying any instructions please exercise proper system administrator housekeeping.
The SNMP Community is considered a credential and as such will be a setting on the "Device Tree" (Head to "Devices" to see the Device Tree).
Your network devices will already have an SNMP agent installed on it.
It is a convention of network monitoring systems, that traps are labeled as “alerts” instead.
The total failure of a device or a network card is the only example of alerts that aren’t just the display of a trap.
The SNMP manager will send out information requests to all device agents periodically.
Each device agent responds to this request by sending back a file, which is structured according to the MIB specifications in the Simple Network Management Protocol.
By convention, most SNMPv1-v2c equipment ships from the factory with a read-only community string set to "public".