Need help with Configuring a Cisco 1841 Router, SNMP Service, and Solarwinds IP SLA for SNMP
Posted on 2009-02-19
My goal is to monitor traffic on a VPN from one office to another. We're trying to figure out what connection issues exist so we can determine our action plan. Can anyone help me with the GUI SNMP configuration for my CISCO 1841 router, SNMP Properties on my Windows Server 2003 Std. Ed, and Solarwinds IP SLA?
I want to enable and configure SNMP through the Cisco GUI interface not by the command line. I'm just not confident that I have the correct information entered for the Community String and Trap Receiver. Also, not sure if this basic configuration is sufficient for sending traps?
I've already installed the SNMP Services on the server. Just need help with what to enter in the Traps, Agent, Security Tabs, and any other Tabs that need modification.
I've already installed Solarwinds IP SLA on my server that I want to use as the Manager to receive traps. The agent is the router that I want to be able to monitor traffic on. I want to monitor traffic between our two office sites. Also, need help with configuring the Solarwinds IP SLA screens.
I'm pretty much a beginner in all of these areas but have done a lot of reading and research before posting to see if I could figure it out. Unfortunately I don't have that much time to get this all set up. Can anyone help?
I would give more points on this if I could because I'm asking for a lot. Thanks for your time.