The examples are described in detail and discuss the problems and questions our customers have dealt with in the area of SNMP. We have summarized these examples to keep you from facing the same problems. SNMP queries are supoosed to automatically show if something is not in order so that your daily work with the printing environment is as easy as possible and the additional work for the partly complex configuration settings is justified. It would be even better if all problems arising in a printing environment were not only apparent for the administrator but also sent to the department responsible for the for the department responsible for rectifying the error.
With steadyPRINT you are in a position to do so in just a few minutes!
The examples cover specific problems of our customers, but, with slight adjustments, can also serve as an example for superior problems.
Thus, example 1.1 can also be understood as a general example for sending e-mails to a recipient after an SNMP event has occurred. Only the specific settings have to be adjusted.
E-mail- and action profiles. Link to SNMP, storage to the database
Example 1.1 :
Automatically send an e-mail to the purchasing department when the yellow cartridge of a printer is almost empty. For more detailed information click here.
Change warning and error thresholds of a default SNMP query and send by e-mail. For more detailed information clickhere.
Use action and e-mail profile for several SNMP queries (send all toner levels). For more detailed information ckick here.
SNMP queries on print server level
Adjustments of all printers on print server environment. For more detailed information click here.
Own SNMP queries
Create an own SNMP query (OID is known). For more detailed information click here.
Create own SNMP query (OID unknown). For more detailed information click here.
Create queries from several OID queries. For more detailed information click here.
Edit SNMP queries. For more detailed information click here.
Create own SNMP query for a toner color. For more detailed information click here.
ID: sP00000 | Created on: 09-Nov-2015