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The Advanced CPU Load tool requires a database to store the statistics you gather. The database enables you to keep load statistics and use that data for trend analysis. Before you can add your first devices to the Advanced CPU Load tool, you must create your database.

  1. Click File > New CPU Load Database.
  2. Provide a name and location for your database, and then click OK.
  3. Click Devices > Add Device.
  4. Specify the IP address or host name of the device to monitor and the SNMP community string.
    To update information such as the location or contact for a device, you must supply the read and write community string for your device. The information you can modify is displayed in blue.

    Changing the IP address changes the device you are monitoring, it does not change the IP address of the target device.

  5. Click OK.
 
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