Set SNMP Values
The Set SNMP Values page enables you to write values to SNMP network devices. The SNMP objects must be
An SNMP community is a grouping of devices and management stations running SNMP. SNMP information is broadcast to all members of the same communiity on a network. SNMP default communities are:
Note: This page only displays machines that have been previously identified using a LAN Watch.
These icons indicate the agent check-in status of each managed machine. Hovering the cursor over a check-in icon displays the agent quick view window.
Online but waiting for first audit to complete
Agent online and user currently logged on.
Agent online and user currently logged on, but user not active for 10 minutes
Agent is currently offline
Agent has never checked in
Agent is online but remote control has been disabled
The agent has been suspended
Machine ID.Group ID
Lists Machine ID.Group IDs currently matching the Machine ID / Group ID filter and assigned a SNMP Community name. Click a machine ID to display SNMP devices associated with that machine ID.
Select the specific SNMP device of interest. This displays a history of SNMPSet values written to an SNMP device by the agent of the machine ID.
Create a SNMPSet command
Click Create a SNMPSet command to write a new value to this SNMP device. The following fields display:
Prepares a procedure that executes a SNMPSet command for the selected SNMP device.
Ignores any data entered and re-displays the Create a SNMP command link and history.
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