Once I turned on SNMP, my monitoring software needs a MIB to use for sensors. Does anyone know of a predefined MIB I can use?
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We've checked on this, and KACE does not have MIBs available for the KBOX systems. However, the underlying OS is FreeBSD. I'm not sure which FreeBSD ports are installed on the KBOX, but if SNMP monitoring is supported then I'm sure there are MIBs available for the application KACE is using for SNMP in FreeBSD. You won't be able to monitor the KBOX software this way, but at least you can monitor the OS. I haven't dug into this in a while, but my organization is interested in the same thing.
Answered 02/26/2010 by: airwolf
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@airwolf,

Thanks for your response. I put in a ticket yesterday regarding this issue, so I will update this thread with any new information.

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Answered 02/26/2010 by: acmccoppin
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I hope they have better news for you than they did for us. We put in a ticket a few weeks ago and were told they don't have MIBs available for the KBOX - application or OS.
Answered 02/26/2010 by: airwolf
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Yea, that seems odd that they provide that service with no library. We actually have it working with our Paessler (PRTG) using the generic Linux/Unix MIB. It works OK, but there are a lot of other attributes specific to the 2000 box we would like to track. Did you eventually get yours working?
Answered 02/26/2010 by: acmccoppin
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Have you tried doing a MIB walk on the device? That will usually provide you the available SNMP MIBS that can be accessed. Then it is just a matter of adding it to your monitoring tool.

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Answered 02/15/2011 by: hutcha
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