Most network devices, including network routers, are now SNMP-capable. The protocol has been created for both supervising and controlling the network devices of all kinds. However, SNMP is mostly used for monitoring purposes; using SNMP to actually control devices requires a number of security precautions (especially with out-of-date SNMP versions).
Advanced routers, such as most Cisco models, can be SNMP managers, i.e. they do not only respond to clients’ command, but can send get requests, receive replies, receive traps and notifications. In other words, router can control other SNMP-powered devices. This is especially useful to control networks router have access to, using the SNMP router as a command center.
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SNMP Monitoring – network testing, scanning, check
SNMP monitoring is the standard way to monitor network usage characteristics by monitoring the ports of routers and switches. The number of other parameters like disk space, CPU utilization & temperature …
SNMP Traps Monitor
SNMP Monitors belong to advanced type of IPHost Monitors. SNMP, or Simple Network Management Protocol, is a protocol widely used to request and/or modify …
SNMP Custom Monitor (when properly set up on the target system) can be used to retrieve any information. Even if the default OIDs do not provide required information, it is possible to set up SNMP so that the output …