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Sun Server Management Agents 2.0 User's Guide

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Introduction to Sun Server Management Agents

Sun Server Management Agents Features

Sun Server Hardware Management Agent

Sun Server Hardware SNMP Plugins

Sun Server Storage Management Agent

Installing Components

Getting Started


Getting the Software

Sun SSM Component Manager Overview

Upgrading from Previous Versions

(Linux and Solaris) Using Component Manager

(Linux and Solaris) Using Component Manager in Interactive Mode

(Linux and Solaris) Using Component Manager in Unattended Mode

(Windows) Using Component Manager

(Windows) Using the Component Manager Graphic Interface

(Windows) Using Component Manager Command-line Interface

Configuring Hardware Management Agent and Hardware SNMP Plugins

Hardware Management Agent Configuration File

Configuring the Hardware Management Agent Logging Level

How to Configure the Hardware Management Agent Logging Level:

(Solaris and Linux) Hardware Management Agent Runtime Options

Configuring your Host Operating System's SNMP

(Solaris and Linux ) Configuring Net-SNMP/SMA

How to Configure SNMP Gets

How to Configure SNMP Sets

How to Configure SNMP Traps

(Windows) Configuring SNMP

(Windows) How to Configure SNMP

Sun Server Hardware SNMP Plugins

Overview of Sun HW Monitoring MIB

Sun Server Product and Chassis

Sun Server Service Processor

Sun Server Hardware Monitoring MIB

Sun Server Hardware Management Agent

Sun Server Hardware Inventory

Sun Server Hardware Monitor Sensor Group



Overview of Sun HW Trap MIB

Working With Management Agents

Retrieving and Setting Information Through SNMP







Generating SNMP Traps

Troubleshooting Management Agents

General Management Agents Troubleshooting

Solaris Operating System Troubleshooting

Linux Troubleshooting


(Windows) How to Configure SNMP

  1. From the Start menu Administrative Tools option, select Services.

    The Microsoft Management Console Services snap-in opens.

  2. Double-click the SNMP service.
  3. On the Security tab, configure the community rights.
  4. On the Traps tab, configure the destination you want to send SNMP traps to.