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You can help us update ZenPacks by gathering an snmpwalk of a live device in your datacenter. Use this command on a Linux system with net-snmp installed (generally any enterprise Linux will have this command available:)
 
You can help us update ZenPacks by gathering an snmpwalk of a live device in your datacenter. Use this command on a Linux system with net-snmp installed (generally any enterprise Linux will have this command available:)
  
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snmpwalk -v2c -c public -m none -O enU 10.0.1.100 >  mydevice.snmpwalk
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* <tt>public</tt> should be replaced with your community string.
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'''Once you have an snmpwalk, paste a description of the device and a URL for your walk on the ZenPack's discussion page, and we'll get to work!'''
 
'''Once you have an snmpwalk, paste a description of the device and a URL for your walk on the ZenPack's discussion page, and we'll get to work!'''
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Latest revision as of 14:07, 20 November 2013

You can help us update ZenPacks by gathering an snmpwalk of a live device in your datacenter. Use this command on a Linux system with net-snmp installed (generally any enterprise Linux will have this command available:)

$ snmpwalk -v2c -c public -m none -O enU 10.0.1.100 >  mydevice.snmpwalk
  • public should be replaced with your community string.
  • 10.0.1.100 should be replaced with the IP of your device.
  • mydevice.snmpwalk should be replaced with any output filename.

Once you have an snmpwalk, paste a description of the device and a URL for your walk on the ZenPack's discussion page, and we'll get to work!