I am not sure about the OIDs you should poll, but I can provide you steps how to create a custom poller.
What you can do with custom poller is to poll one OID as status and the second OID can be used as a label (both OIDs have to be from the same table). So when creating new custom poller specify the OID you will use to poll the activity and select "GET TABLE" as SNMP Get Type in Show Advanced Options. On the same view make sure Keep Historical Data option is set to "Yes". On next screen assign the poller to nodes. On next screen select option "Use labels from a table column" and select the column you will use as a label. Before you finish select the Chart option to see the historical data or Table if you care only about current state.
Since NPM 10.3 there is a possibility to trigger an advanced alert for single custom poller table row. Configure new alert in Advanced Alert manager. On Trigger Condition view select "Custom Node Table Poller" as Type of Property to Monitor. Condition will be something like:
Poller Name is equal to <your custom poller name>
Value is equal to <the value of the poller when the alert will be triggered>
Now you can check the history of activity on the web and NPM will notify you when one of them goes down.
Jiri Psota | QA Engineer, SolarWinds
I would just like to know if you could assist with the set up and configuration for monitoring a VPN connection/s with network performance monitor. Apologies if this is a mediocre request, but i am new to Solar, would appreciate any assistance and guidance.
http://www.solarwinds.com/resources/democenter/orion/universaldevicepollerintro/Please let me know if this post helped you to create the UNDP alos Video link is included to create UDP .
Pre configured UDP is ready to import and apply to the ASA as required.
If you open the Orion Universal Device Poller on your Orion server, you can go to File | Import Universal Device Pollers. You can do this for any UnDP you download and copy to your Orion server. This will add the UnDP you've downloaded as a defined poller. Once you have the poller in your list, you can right click it and select Assign. This will allow you to assign the poller to any node in your Orion inventory. Right clicking the poller also allows you to edit the Web Display settings (which define how the UnDP data will be used on your Orion website.)