[ENG] 10.5. [DKSF 48.5 IU] What is SNMP SETTER?
SNMP Setter is used as the output of the “LOGIC” module rule and you need it to set the SNMP OID variable value on the remote device using SNMP v1 protocol. In particular, you can control IO lines, relays, and other parameters of a remote NetPing device over a network.
SNMP SETTER is configured on the "LOGIC" page of the web interface:
In the section «SNMP SETTER» you can configure next parameters:
Number of Channel («SNMP 1», «SNMP 2») — this number is indicated as an output of the rule.
Memo — custom text up to 30 characters.In Default: empty line.
Address — an IP address where the SNMP SET request will be sent to.In Default: empty line.
UDP Port — a port, which is heard by an SNMP agent of a remote device.In Default: 161.
OID(.1.3.6...) — an identifier of the variable value that will be set on a remote device. It is necessary to specify the full OID in numerical notation, starting with .1.3 ... The list of variable values is contained in the MIB file from the device or in the documentation to the device. To see the MIB file conveniently of in the form of a tree and checking the functions of variable values, you can use the free software iReasoning MIB Browser or any similar software.In Default: .220.127.116.11.4.1.25728.5800.3.1.3.1.
Сommunity — SNMP Community records, configured on a remote device.In Default: empty line.
"On" Value (Type Integer32)— the value that will be recorded in the OID on the remote device when the “On” action is called by pressing the "On" button or by the output of the logic rule. The value type is a 32-bit signed integer. In Default: 1.
"Off" Value (Type Integer32)— the value that will be recorded in the OID on the remote device when the “Off” action is called by pressing the "Off" button or by the output of the logic rule. The value type is a 32-bit signed integer.In Default: 0.
Test It — when you press the «On» and «Off» buttons the device sends the corresponding requests with the values immediately.
Status — in a few seconds after sending a request to set a variable value, the result is displayed in the "Status" entry field. “OK” means that confirmation is received and the variable value is set successfully. “Timeout” means that no approvement has been received. This can happen as a result of the unavailability of the controlled device, its failure, the wrong IP address, port or community. Other options mean that a response was received with an error code, the text decryption of which is displayed in the status bar.
After changing the settings press th "Apply Changes" button.
After configuration of the SNMP SETTER you have to setup the rule in the "LOGIC" module. Learn this section to find out how to do it: [ENG] 10.2. [DKSF 48.5 IU] How Can I Use the "LOGIC" Module?