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Can i monitor huawei UPS with NetBotz 450
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NetBotz does not have a DDF (XML version of MIB) for this UPS specifically.
If the UPS does support the generic UPS MIB, we will scan the target at most once per minute. You can create thresholds on any value we receive but I can not promise that every value the UPS supports will be available.
We do not support traps. We can not see any SNMP events on the UPS. When we poll the UPS, if it has a changed value, we can, again, with a threshold you create, alert for these thresholds.
You can find the generic UPS mib info here among other places:
If you run an SNMPwalk of your device, you should be able to look at the output of the walk and verify the device does or does not support the generic UPS OIDs.
As for registration, it is not required by default. The option to monitor SNMP devices however is not available on the system by default. It is a license key that must be purchased as you noted, the NBWN0006. Once purchased, you must then register the NetBotz appliance. You then register the passcode received with the purchase of the NBWN0006 and the system will take the passcode and NetBotz information and create a license key that can then be installed on the appliance, allowing it to monitor the 5 SNMP/IPMI devices.
If you're just looking for monitoring of 5 nodes, you can also download the free trial DCE VM that can monitor up to 5 nodes. You can't do things like you can on the NetBotz appliance such as turn on a beacon but you can send e-mails.
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