If you would like custom label you can open Universal Device Poller application from the Start menu.
- Then right click the cfwConnectionStatValue poller and select Label.
- Select "Use a custom label" and type some name.
If you type Test, it will be named like Test1, Test2.
- It is not possible to name each item separatelly.
Yes I do the same as you said, but the number 40.6 and 40.7 still show up. I have no idea what numbers are
Thanks you, I just want to know is it possible to name each item seperatelly.
Did you work out what the number was set by. I have a similar issue with a 10 appearing after the custom label.
This is an old thread but the general issue has been driving me crazy for a couple of days so I thought I'd post my solution.
Background on what I was doing is that I'm trying to monitor the load on an APC PDU which has a less than friendly MIB.
I got it set up to pull what I was looking for but I didn't like how the labels come out. As far as I can tell, there is no table in the MIB to give me the labels so I've simply set it to a custom value of "Bank" which ends up as Bank.1, Bank.2, etc.
The problem is small but irritating. The value for Bank #1 is really the total draw which then throws the indexing off as Bank.2 is really Bank #1 as shown below (I turned off the display of Bank 1 aka Total)
Here was the original result:
The way I finally solved this was to poll for individual table rows as a GET (not GET TABLE), because the rows are fixed in number and position.
- OID of Table: 220.127.116.11.4.1.318.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.2
- OID of individual row: 126.96.36.199.4.1.3188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.2.1 <-- NOTICE THE .1 on the end. In my case, this indexes into the total draw for the PDU.
So I made three UnDP's, one for each row, and named them what I wanted which gave me the label I wanted. Here's an example of the three individual charts and the aggregated Custom UnDP multi-series chart that I ended up with
Hopefully that helps someone else avoid a day of frustration...