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How can I monitor MS ISA 2006?

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I tried to use the SNMP-Informant "snmp helper pro extension for isa server", but it seems not to work. What else is the SNMP-Informant for?

informant isa snmp

Created on Jun 29, 2010 2:00:20 PM by  E Eiden (50) 1 1



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Thanks for the information. But the snmphelper has been discontinued. The name of the new software is "SNMP Informant" and I think I have understood, how it works: You have to buy a "SNMP Extension Agent" at http://snmp-informant.com, which has to be installed on the application server. After that you will be able to monitor ISA.

Created on Jul 1, 2010 11:32:01 AM by  E Eiden (50) 1 1



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Did you also import the OIDLIB into NWM https://www.paessler.com/snmphelper ?

You make your isa capable to respond correctly to ISA specific SNMP queries. But the PNWM should know which SNMP queries to send. These are specified in the OIDLIB and you have to imoprt them into PNWM.

Then you can model within PNWM which ISA specific SNMP varriables should be monitord.

Created on Jun 29, 2010 8:22:18 PM by  Han van Vilsteren (0) 1



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Thanks for the information. But the snmphelper has been discontinued. The name of the new software is "SNMP Informant" and I think I have understood, how it works: You have to buy a "SNMP Extension Agent" at http://snmp-informant.com, which has to be installed on the application server. After that you will be able to monitor ISA.

Created on Jul 1, 2010 11:32:01 AM by  E Eiden (50) 1 1



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