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Barracuda Managed Workplace

Adding or Deleting SNMP OIDs

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The Network Objects tab provides a list of all SNMP OIDs that are available for monitoring. Additional SNMP OIDs can be added here, or any that are not in use can be removed.

There are two types of MIBs: scalar and tabular. Scalar objects define a single object instance whereas tabular objects define multiple related object instances grouped in MIB tables. You can choose to collect tabular OIDs. 

You can create a tabular monitor for a known base OID, and Barracuda Managed Workplace automatically creates monitors for all elements within that table.

Onsite Manager pulls a maximum 1,024 scalar monitors from each tabular monitor definition.

To add an SNMP OID to the Service Center database manually

  1. In Service Center, click Configuration > SystemSettings.
  2. Click the Network Objects tab.
  3. In the SNMP OIDs section, click Add.
  4. Type the Object Name.
  5. Type the OID.
  6. From the Object Type list, select either Numeric or Text.
  7. To collect tabular OIDs, select the Tabular check box.
  8. If desired, in the Description box, type a description of the OID.
  9. Click OK.

To remove an SNMP OID from the Service Center database manually

An SNMP OID cannot be removed if it is used by any monitoring rule.

An SNMP OID cannot be removed if it is used by any monitoring rule.

  1. In Service Center, click Configuration > System Settings.
  2. Click the Network Objects tab.
  3. Select the check box beside the SNMP OID you want to delete.
  4. In the SNMP OIDs section, click Delete.

This SNMP OID will no longer be available for monitoring, but the historical information will still be available for reporting.

See Also

Adding a monitor for SNMP Object Identifiers (OIDs)

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