I searched about this topic but all are very old so wanna know if we can alert for nodes which are not responding to SNMP.
I have only 5-6 nodes for which alerting is required.
So can anyone help me on this?
We actually had an issue for some devices where they were found in hung state and they had reboot the device to bring to normal. So according to me setting up non responsiveness to SNMP will atleast meet this requirement.
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This alert seems to be working fine for me. This will send an alert for any device that is not "Down" when Hardware or child node status is "Unknown" for any polling method. If SNMP stops responding, the child status and/or hardware status should change to unknown and trigger the alert.
I use a custom SQL alert on nodes.
[status] in ('1' , '3' )
and DATEDIFF(MINUTE,LastSystemUpTimePollUtc,GETDATE()) >60
so if the think stops responding to SNMP polls of it's lastSystemUptime for an hour then we get an alert for it
So where can we limit for the nodes on which we want to alert? Will it be
in the query itself?
On 09-Apr-2016 6:15 am, "RichardLetts" <
that would be done in the alert setup.
OR BLOCK BELOW
nodename like abc
nodename like cde
nodename like fgh
If using custom SQL like RichardLetts then...
AND (NodeName like '%abc%' OR NodeName like '%cde%' OR NodeName like '%fgh%' ...)
Can you provide the sql for the alert in it's entirety please? I'm using this but am not able to make it work. I'm sure I'm missing something as I am not good with SQL. Thanks,
Thanks for the simple and effective query.
One of our device is responding to SNMP but i'm getting that device in the results for the query you given here, do you have any idea/suggestion on this? what i need to suppose to check?
Yes, solarwinds is able to poll and I can see tge interface statistics. Did poll now and rediscovered and unmanaged and managed again but alert stays in the dashboard .
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