Using the Trap Definition Import Tool
The Trap Definition Import tool is used to
import SNMP Trap definitions into the Passive Monitor Library. The
list in this dialog is populated by the MIBs typically in your
WhatsUp Gold MIB folder (
The SNMP Trap monitors that are listed are
based on one of three things:
- . By default, the passive monitor
database comes with a few of the most Common SNMP traps already in
- . Use the Trap Definition Import Tool to create SNMP
Traps from MIB files stored in the \
- This can be done either by
copying and pasting actual trap information directly from your
existing logs, or by browsing the MIB for OID values that you are
interested in, and adding the and information if required.
To import SNMP trap definitions into
the Passive Monitor Library:
- In the WhatsUp Gold console, click
. The Trap Definition Import Tool dialog opens.
- Click to select the traps you want to
import, then click . The Trap Import Results dialog opens and
provides a message about the import results. Traps that already
exist in the database are not imported again.