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ravindra_raj
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SNMP not working, ICMP capable of collecting Incidents ?

Hi,

there are few devices which i have added for customer but they are not reporting incident through SNMP as it is not correctly configured correctly. Custmore is asking to collect the incidents via ICMP. Is it possible ? If yes then how i need to make changes ? 

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Acclaimed Contributor.. asoloperto Acclaimed Contributor..
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Re: SNMP not working, ICMP capable of collecting Incidents ?

Hello,

 

ICMP only enables you to ping the devices. SNMP enables NNMi to do out of the box monitoring like interface status, power supply status, ... and you can use the Custom Poller to monitor other metrics on the devices.

 

BR Allessandro

ramesh9 Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: SNMP not working, ICMP capable of collecting Incidents ?

If you add any device as non-snmp(ICMP), you can receive SNMPv1/V2 traps if device is sending traps.

Respected Contributor.. hossainTarek Respected Contributor..
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Re: SNMP not working, ICMP capable of collecting Incidents ?

Hello,

 

ICMP is a protocol to enable ping to the devices it is not sending any data inside it so it is not applicable to recieve incidents through ICMP.

hope you can find this useful,

Best regards,

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Re: SNMP not working, ICMP capable of collecting Incidents ?

Thank you very much.

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