The main use for SNMP is monitoring devices on a network, such as firewalls, routers, switches, servers, printers, bridges, NAS drives, UPS, and more.
In a few words, SNMP allows devices from different manufacturers to share information with network monitoring tools. You can use an SNMP monitoring tool to monitor and track specific and useful device information.Start Your Free Trial
We all know that configuring SNMP monitoring can be tedious and time-consuming. Our SNMP monitoring tool is here to help! With our Pre-configured SNMP sensors you can easily start monitoring your devices in minutes, without any difficult configuration process.
Apply SNMP monitoring to multiple devices with a single click.
Our SNMP monitoring features help you understand, check, and monitor all SNMP sensors applied on various devices.
Another option for monitoring devices across multiple sites, whether they support SNMP or not is by creating your own Monitoring Dashboard.
Domotz SNMP monitoring supports all major versions (v1, v2, v3) of SNMP.
If your devices use default community strings, Domotz will automatically gather SNMP information to classify your devices. Afterwards you can define the SNMP sensors as you need to.
If you use custom SNMP community strings, you can set-up Domotz SNMP authentication for the whole network or customize it for each device.
Our powerful SNMP monitoring tool lets you monitor specific OIDs (Object Identifier), browse for a particular MIB (Management Information Database), or apply Pre-configured SNMP sensors.
Currently, we support Pre-configured SNMP sensors for Printers, UPS, NAS, Network Interfaces, Cisco and Synology NAS. We will continue to work on adding more and more Pre-configured SNMP sensors.
Here’s a short description of the capabilities of each SNMP monitoring sensor.
Additionally, you can configure alerts and notifications on all the above variables based on thresholds you define. Gain insight into device performance and availability to ensure the health of your devices and networks.
In addition to our Pre-configured SNMP templates, our SNMP monitoring tool also allows you to configure any SNMP sensors you need manually.
Our SNMP monitoring tool automatically references thousands of MIBs. This means you can easily find the MIB associated with the device you need to monitor. Simply type the name of the sensor you want to monitor and we’ll automatically retrieve the OIDs.
To add an OID manually, just enter the OID and associate its output type for the sensor.
After you complete a sensor configuration we’ll list them with the value the device returns for an OID. Domotz starts tracking these sensors regularly and historically graphs these values for up to 30 days.
You can also use our SNMP monitoring tool for monitoring room temperature and humidity. Know when the temperature and humidity values of a room rise or fall, set alerts and be notified when critical values change.
Temperature and humidity monitoring is especially useful for server rooms where critical equipment is. Server room temperature monitoring is of growing interest to MSPs and IT professionals since these rooms store the most critical network equipment.
In addition, you can set up SNMP sensor triggers to generate alerts which automatically open tickets, send notifications through WebHooks and generate emails as appropriate.
Learn more about server room temperature and humidity monitoring.