Joshua_Giles at Dell.com
Mon Jan 20 17:53:00 CST 2003
>>Does Server Administrator depend on having the Dell SNMP support installed
Don't quite understand this this question. But, if you wish to recieve
hardware generated SNMP traps then yes.
>>What do I have to do to /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf to get UCD-SNMP to see the
Server Agent? Or >>should it "just work" once the Server Agent is running?
To allow Server Administrator to "connect" to the SNMP agent(ucd or net),
you will have to add the "smuxpeer" option to snmpd.conf. Basically, Server
Agent uses SMUX(subagent) to interact with SNMP. The option looks like
10892 is Dell's IANA assigned enterprise number.
The "smuxpeer" option enables interaction with a SMUX subagent.
In order to recieve view the Dell subtree you've got to create a "view" and
give access to it.
`man` is your friend.
From: Simon MacMullen [mailto:s.macmullen at ry.com]
Sent: Friday, January 17, 2003 5:23 AM
To: linux-poweredge at exchange.dell.com
Subject: RE: SNMP
From: McDougall, Marshall (FSH) [mailto:MarMcDouga at gov.mb.ca]
> Whenever we see a blinking yellow light on our Dell boxes,
> it's because one
> of the power supplies is not plugged in. Hope it's that
> simple for you.
Thanks, but the machine only has one power supply so I suspect that bit's
Can anyone answer any of the following questions:
Does Server Administrator depend on having the Dell SNMP support installed
What do I have to do to /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf to get UCD-SNMP to see the
Server Agent? Or should it "just work" once the Server Agent is running?
Is it even vaguely possible to install the Server Administrator on a Debian
system? I don't mind being restricted to the CLI and installing it by hand,
but I don't know which bits go where.
Is there a simpler way for me to find out why the light's blinking, or have
I just made things impossible for myself by not using Red Hat?
Thanks to anyone who can help...
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