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Pandora SNMP console setup
#1
I have to say the documentation for this is basically non-existant and for a SNMP newbie trying to set this up is frustrating. Is there a guide anywhere for setting this up? I have no idea how Pandora talks to Net-SNMP at all.
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#2
Quote:I have to say the documentation for this is basically non-existant and for a SNMP newbie trying to set this up is frustrating. Is there a guide anywhere for setting this up? I have no idea how Pandora talks to Net-SNMP at all.

We're working on it, 1.3 version will be similar to 1.2, there is no changes in the concept: Pandora FMS reads traps received from a standard snmptrapd daemon. who writes traps in a custom defined log file, processed by Pandora SNMP console. Alerts could be defined to specific SNMP traps, and so on...
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#3
Ahhh, so I just need to set up snmptrapd from net-snmp to write to a certain log file? And then make sure that pandora_snmpconsole.pl has the right log file to read from?
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#4
Is there a specific format the snmptrapd log file needs to be in or a specific settings to create it? I'm currently running it with the options
-Lf /usr/share/pandora_server/log/snmptrapd.log -p /var/run/snmptrap
d.pid
I'm getting a log file there and running pandora_snmpconsole, but I'm not seeing traps in the DB. There are traps in the log file.
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#5
Quote:Is there a specific format the snmptrapd log file needs to be in or a specific settings to create it? I'm currently running it with the options
-Lf /usr/share/pandora_server/log/snmptrapd.log -p /var/run/snmptrap
d.pid
I'm getting a log file there and running pandora_snmpconsole, but I'm not seeing traps in the DB. There are traps in the log file.

Yes, there are a specific format of snmptrapd log to be parsed with Pandora SNMP console, they are described in shellscript daemon launcher:

DAEMON_OPTIONS="-t -On -n -a -Lf $DAEMON_LOG -p $DAEMON_PID -F %4y-%02.2m-%l[**]%02.2h:%02.2j:%02.2k[**]%B[**]%N[**]%w[**]%W[**]%q[**]%v\n"

Take a look at

http://pandora.svn.sourceforge.net/viewv...iew=markup
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