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when device down the report is to late

Posted on 2008-06-25
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i have already installed snmp software monitoring(whatsup gold 12) but i have problem that when device
down i think the device is to long report to my snmp software monitoring, can you all help me?
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Question by:Jovart
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by:kdearing
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If I remember correctly, by default, WUG doesn't send out an alert until it has lost connectivity for 5 minutes. You should be able to change this.
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by:Kamran Arshad
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Hi,

You can decrease the snmp query time. This way the application will report problems quickly.
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by:Jovart
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for uetian1707:
what u mean decrease  snmp query time, can  u explain more detail?
are u mean if i set it know 15 i must change with 10 for example?

for k dearing;

where i can change this ?
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If you look at a device properties:
1. There's a section/tab for monitoring. Look for a setting for how often a device is queried.
2. there's a section/tab for alerts. Look for a setting for how long the device is down before it alerts.

Note that I believe these can be set globally.
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