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huskybob

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Netxms Agent and SNMP
« on: February 07, 2019, 06:36:30 am »

guys please can you help the noob

I have the latest NETXMS Server installed and have a remote site with a Windows 10 Pro Desktop.
I have installed the Netxms Agent on the Windows 10 Desktop
I have enabled Zoning
     EnableProxy = yes
     EnableSNMPProxy = yes
I have enabled " Agent to Server Connection ( Tunnel ) for Remote Agents

The Netxms Server IS monitoring the Remote Windows 10 Pro Desktop and is Working perfectly

My Question is the Following
On the Remote Network from where i am Monitoring the Windows 10 Pro Desktop i have 3 x Printers and ADSL Router of which i have Enabled SNMP on ALL the Devices
I need to Monitor the Remote Printers and the ADSL Router

How do i do this with the Remote Windows 10 Pro Netxms Agent using the Windows 10 Pro Netxms Agent as a Proxy for SNMP?

Or must i also " ENABLE " SNMP Trap " on the Remote Windows 10 Pro Desktop and then " Forward the SNMP Logs from the Remote 3 x Printers and ADSL RTouter to the Remote Windows 10 Pro Desktop PC?

Sorry for the noob question, i am trying to establish how Remote SNMP Traps work including monitoring Multiple Remote SNMP Devices that are on Multiple Remote Networks

Any help greatly appreciated  :D
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Victor Kirhenshtein

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Re: Netxms Agent and SNMP
« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2019, 11:01:49 am »

Hi,

you should create new zone (under Entire Network), set your Windows 10 node as zone proxy, and then create nods for each SNMP device you want to monitor in that new zone.

Best regards,
Victor
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