Monitor any SNMP (v1, v2, v3) OID values or availability of TCP Service on any port. Configure thresholds for alerting on those items.Login for SNMP Monitoring
Many features of Domotz are based on SNMP (v1, v2, v3). Domotz needs the communities for Read and Read/Write specified in this section to reflect the current settings of the device you are monitoring. Default values (public for Read and private for Read/Write) are pre-configured for all devices.
Changing the values triggers the rediscovery of features based on SNMP values (e.g. Network Interfaces, OID based SNMP or TCP, etc). From this section it is also possible to override community strings for all the devices.
In the Device Details screen go to the SNMP/TCP tab and click on 'Add an SNMP Sensor'.
The type of value the OID will return must match the manufacturer documentation and is important for the types of Alerts you wish to create based on this Sensor.
Once you have configured your Sensors you will see them listed with the value that the device is returning for that OID. By clicking on the arrows you can show/hide details of the individual Sensors.
You can use Domotz alongside SNMP sensors so that you and your team can be notified when temperature and humidity values of a room rise or fall.
This is especially useful for server room temperature monitoring which 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 Shared Alerts, so you can automatically open tickets, send notifications through WebHooks and generate emails as appropriate.
Learn more about configuring Domotz for server room temperature and humidity monitoring.