(RADIATOR) SNMP Agent
hugh at open.com.au
Thu Jul 11 02:17:00 CDT 2002
Hello Kenya -
You are correct, <SNMPAgent> is part of the radiusd process, so it is
unavailable if radiusd is unavailable.
You should consider our Radar product as the tool of choice to monitor any
number of Radiator processes on any number of hosts.
On Thu, 11 Jul 2002 10:52, Kenya Noshiro wrote:
> I am currently thinking of monitoring Radiator active status
> by NMS sending snmptrap to NMS.
> I have configured <SNMPAgent> clause and get MIB OID
> when I try snmpwalk and snmpget from manager.
> Could you tell me which MIB OID defines Radiator active
> status like process up and down?
> And if I stop Radiator process, how can Radiator still send
> snmptrap to NMS?
> It looks as though, SNMP Agent goes down when I stop Radiator itself.
> Thank you in advance.
> Kind regards,
> Kenya Noshiro
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