• Author : Harshith Somaya Somaya



Introduction Many users have SNMP-based monitoring tools deployed to monitor their tools and generate alerts when issues are detected. The goal is enable CVP to be similarly monitored with these tools and provide basic server-level status information. This enables users to detect basic server faults or resource exhaustion. The goal is not to expose any CVP-specific information (for example which services are up or not) via custom MIBs at this point.   Goal SNMPd on CVP is not enabled by default. Here are the steps to enable SNMP v2 on CVP (traps not configured). The SNMPd package supports v2c, and...
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