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Suggestions for monitoring a gas station



Friends I have knowledge about PRTG but now I have a gas station where I have implemented PRTG but to monitor the network issue and I want to integrate to monitor the UPS, the temperature in the gas pumps will monitor the fuel level, and other factors, if you see someone has already done it or knows how to do it would be very helpful

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Created on Jul 12, 2019 5:14:12 PM

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Hello Marco,

In PRTG you are able to monitor any device that supports the SNMP protocol. There are many customer with several custom implementations of any kind. If your UPS and gas pumps have network connection, they may support the SNMP monitoring protocol. In order to know for sure you can contact the manufacturer of those devices or consult the Manual.

If the device supports SNMP, you can ask the manufacturer to provide an MIB file which contains the OID (Object Id) of the settings that can be monitored on that device. If you have the MIB you can follow this detailed Guide on how to import it to PRTG and create a custom sensor for your requirements.

Created on Jul 15, 2019 2:25:02 PM by  Jonathan Mena [Paessler Technical Support]

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