Set SNMP Type
The Set SNMP Type page assigns types to SNMP devices manually. SNMP devices assigned to one of these types are monitored by SNMP sets of the same type. You can also give individual SNMP devices custom names and descriptions as well as remove the device from your database.
Most SNMP devices are classified as a certain type of SNMP device using the MIB object
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You can assign SNMP sets to devices by type automatically as follows:
You can also assign SNMP sets to devices manually as follows:
Applies the selected SNMP type to selected SNMP devices.
Removes selected SNMP devices from your database. If the device still exists the next time a LAN Watch is performed, the device will be re-added to the database. This is useful if a device's IP or MAC address changes.
Select All/Unselect All
Click the Select All link to check all rows on the page. Click the Unselect All link to uncheck all rows on the page.
List of SNMP devices generated for the specific machine ID by a LAN Watch.
The SNMP type assigned to the SNMP device.
The custom name and custom description assigned to the SNMP device. If a device is given a custom name, the custom name displays instead of the SNMP name and IP address in alarms and in the SNMP log. To change the custom name and description click the edit icon next to the custom name.
The IP address of the SNMP device.
The MAC address of the SNMP device.
The name of the SNMP device.
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