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RichCowell
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Probing Servers for Disk/CPU/Memory

Mon Mar 03, 2014 3:47 pm

Hi All,

New here and to The Dude...

Got it installed and pinging devices, it's discovered all my switches, servers, and network printers etc. and I was fine with it just pinging... until I noticed it was displaying stats about one of the servers (shown in the screenshot, at the bottom of the middle column) - it did it for this server automatically...

That server is 2008 SP2, while the others are 2008 R2...

I can't get it to probe the other servers to monitor the same info...

Can anyone point me in the right direction for getting the Dude to monitor the other servers in a similar way?
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Re: Probing Servers for Disk/CPU/Memory

Mon Mar 03, 2014 4:37 pm

Just enable snmp for public community on the other servers too. But note, it is generally not safe. Set authenticated snmp instead.

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Re: Probing Servers for Disk/CPU/Memory

Mon Mar 03, 2014 6:07 pm

Thanks for replying... is there any info on how to configure this for the Dude? I've installed the feature on a couple of the servers now, but they're still not getting any further...

Edit - got it sorted now... with the exception of one test server that's not even pinging... but I'll get to the bottom of that myself... hopefully! lol

Thanks again :-)
 
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Re: Probing Servers for Disk/CPU/Memory

Mon Mar 31, 2014 4:09 am

Just enable snmp for public community on the other servers too. But note, it is generally not safe. Set authenticated snmp instead.
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I would then set Firewall rules from that IP thats monitering the SNMP traffic then use Drop so it cant be accessed though unwonted requests
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