Updating SNMP without losing history

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Updating SNMP without losing history

Post by jm_eklund » Wed Feb 03, 2010 11:37 am

I have a couple of devices that I watch with Denika that are modified on a frequent basis. Is there a way I can update that device in Denika without having to discover the device and rebuild the group? I would like to just to another SNMP walk to discover the changes.

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Re: Updating SNMP without losing history

Post by tomp » Wed Feb 03, 2010 12:39 pm

You can create and schedule a batch file that contains a command to rediscover a device via command line. The following shows the contents of an example batch file:

C:\
cd C:\SOE\cgi-bin
denika.exe -b 10.1.1.8 cred_id 1



Denika.exe has multiple options for discovering devices. You only need to know what credential id to use.

Example usage:
denika.exe -b 10.1.1.8 cred_id [options]
denika.exe -b file C:\PATH\TO\HOSTFILE.TXT [options]
denika.exe -b range 10.1.1.1-50 cred_id1::cred_id2::cred_id3 [options]

Note: if you use a hostfile, the format needs to be IPADDRESS| only one per line

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