SNMP Monitoring With Nagios
Nagios provides complete monitoring of SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol). SNMP is an “agentless” method of monitoring network devices and servers, and is often preferable to installing dedicated agents on target machines. Thousands of different network devices and operating systems from different vendors support SNMP for delivering critical information on health and usage metrics, service state, and more.
Implementing effective SNMP monitoring with Nagios offers the following benefits:
- Agentless monitoring
- Increased server, services, and application availability
- Fast detection of network outages and protocol failures
Sending SNMP Traps with Nagios XI
This document describes how to configure Nagios XI to SNMP traps to other management hosts or network management systems whenever host or service state changes (alerts) occur.
Integrating SNMP Traps with Nagios XI
This document describes how to configure Nagios XI to receive and process SNMP traps from external devices. Monitoring SNMP traps allows system administrators to monitor real-time events and network incidents in order to ensure an accurate and healthy monitoring environment.
Monitoring AKCP sensorProbe2 Using SNMP with Nagios XI
Learn how to monitor an AKCP sensorProbe2 device with Nagios XI to be alerted when temperature, humidity, or other environmental variables exceed specific thresholds.
Monitoring Linux Using SNMP
How to monitor Linux machines with Nagios XI using SNMP.
Monitoring Windows Event Logs Using SNMP in Nagios XI
This document describes how to monitor Windows Event Logs via SNMP within Nagios XI using the “Event to SNMP trap” plugin from Nagios Exchange. This allows users to quickly and easily be alerted to real-time network events and incidents taking place on their network, specifically their Windows machines.
These Nagios solutions provide SSH monitoring capabilities and benefits: