WebLogic SNMP Management Guide

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Introduction and Roadmap

Document Scope and Audience

Guide to this Document

Related Documentation

Standards Supported by WebLogic Server SNMP

New and Changed SNMP Features in This Release

Understanding the WebLogic Sever SNMP Agents and MIB

Overview of SNMP

WebLogic Server SNMP Agents

Organizing SNMP Agents in a Domain

Domain-Scoped Agent

Configuring SNMP Protocols

Configuring UDP and TCP Ports

Narrowing the Scope of a Request

Monitoring SNMP Agents

Security for SNMP

Community Names for SNMPv1 and SNMPv2

Disabling SNMPv1 and SNMPv2

Configuring Security for SNMPv3

Invalidating the SNMPv3 Credential Cache

MIB Module for WebLogic Server

Hierarchical Data Model

Configuration and Runtime Hierarchies

Relationship of the MIB Module to the WebLogic Server MBean Data Model

Object Identifiers

OIDs for Objects and Variables

Browsing the MIB

Monitoring Custom MBeans

Structure of the Custom MBean MIB Module

Understanding WebLogic Server Notifications

INFORM Notifications and TRAP Notifications

Automatically Generated Notifications

Log Message Notifications

Variable Bindings in Log Message Notifications

Monitor Notifications

Variable Bindings in Monitor Notifications

Attribute Change Notifications

Variable Bindings in Attribute Change Notifications

OIDs for WebLogic Server Notifications

Understanding SNMP Proxies

SNMP Agent as Proxy for Other Agents

Configuring the SNMP Protocols for Proxied Communication

Specifying Credentials for Proxied Communication

Choosing Listen Ports for Proxied Agents

The Microsoft Windows SNMP Service

WebLogic SNMP Command-Line Utility

Required Environment for the SNMP Command-Line Utility

Syntax and Commands for the SNMP Command-Line Utility


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