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Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 for monitoring SNMP devices

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Hi, in my network I have a Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 server. I have several Windows servers that I monitoring with MOM. I have switches and UPS that can submit SNMP traps. I want to capture this SNMP traps in my MOM Server 2005.

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by:neomage23
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Does this help you to do what you want to do?

http://blogs.msdn.com/steverac/attachment/548517.ashx

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by:goltrek
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I follow the directions in the link exposed. But, exactly what's the behavior that I will see in MOM console?.

I don't know if in the MOM 2005 console I see the computer that send SNMP traps to my MOM Server.

Do I need to setup additional components?
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At this point, I'm guessing that what I sent to you didn't help out that much. Sorry, if that was the case...this is the rest of page: http://blogs.msdn.com/steverac/archive/2006/03/07/548517.aspx.

What exactly do you want to see -exactly what is the purpose of capturing this traffic? Maybe SNMP isn't the best way to do it...

-neo

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Ok. I only want that MOM forward alerts (by means email notifications) from SNMP devices, (such as: router, switches, Checkpoint Firewall, UPS and Air Conditioning System). After I apply the directions in the link (http://blogs.msdn.com/steverac/attachment/548517.ashx), I don't receive any notification.
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Okay, yes, then SNMP is the way to go...
Well, okay, try these links instead...

http://msmvps.com/blogs/jfhann/pages/69388.aspx (same as but with screens: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555455)

Then, also some specific information on "non-microsoft" devices:
http://msmvps.com/blogs/daniel/archive/2005/10/21/71932.aspx (part 1)
http://msmvps.com/blogs/daniel/archive/2005/10/22/72112.aspx (part 2)

On this page also there is a lot of infomation:
http://www.microsoft.com/ireland/technet/technetflash/20060320.mspx

Hope that helps...

-neo
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