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SNMP requirements for monitored devices

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Created by Steven Bansil_ret, last modified by Steven Bansil_ret on Jan 13, 2017

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SolarWinds UDT can monitor the performance of any SNMPv1-, SNMPv2c-, or SNMPv3-enabled device on your network. Consult your device documentation or a technical representative of your device manufacturer to acquire specific instructions for configuring SNMP on your device.

  • To properly monitor devices on your network, you must enable SNMP on all devices that are capable of SNMP communications.
  • If SNMPv2c is enabled on a device you want SolarWinds UDT to monitor, SolarWinds UDT attempts to use SNMPv2c to poll the device for performance information. If you only want SolarWinds UDT to poll using SNMPv1, you must disable SNMPv2c on the device to be polled.
 
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