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I'm using GFI Remote Management to monitor our servers, but have not been able to figure out how to set up the custom SNMP checks using OID.

The server I'm testing is a HP Proliant DL380 G7 with SNMP service enabled.
I downloaded GetIf, but I can't get any response from the server. I enter the ip adress of the server as host name, but get 'No SNMP Response from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx' even when running GetIf locally on the server.

Does anyone know how to get GetIf working, or have the correct OID's for HP Proliant DL380 G7?

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If GFI doesn't have the ProLiant MIBs built in then you'll have to import them into it. They are at http://h18013.www1.hp.com/products/servers/management/hpsim/mibkit.html. This is the MIB kit for Insight Manager so has a load of other ones you may not want. Note that although HP bought Compaq the mib is still CPQ....

If you're getting no response though you might have the public / private community strings set wrong which you change under Windows.
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