This document intends to give a basic overview of the common problems with wireless networks. What problems that may occur when administrating wireless solutions and what to monitor in wireless networks, followed by an example on how to setup a baseline monitoring for a wireless access point.
The purpose of this document is to describe how to configure op5 Trapper Extension. The example below is for a Cisco device but can be applying for other devices that generate traps. Prerequisities op5 Monitor Enterprise with op5 Trapper Extension Configuration Configure your Cisco devices to send traps to op5 Monitor. # snmp-server enable
Dell server hardware can be remotely monitored via SNMP. The plugin used here comes with the op5 Monitor plugin package as default. To be able to monitor your Dell server you need to have the following installed on the monitored server: Dell openmanage Server Administrator" (Managed Node), a.k.a 'OMSA' >= 5.1.0
op5 Monitor can receive standard SNMP traps, out of the box. Adding the SNMP Trap Engine to your op5 Monitor adds multiple of key features that can greatly reduce time spend on handling traps in your everyday monitoring tasks.