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     Re: snmpmon-client

Looks interesting, Ed. Maybe this is a good time to poll the list for 
custom made add-ons and collect the links for easy access on a website.
I would be happy to donate the space and bandwidth, if anyone is interested.

If this sounds like a good idea to everyone, post the web locations of
your customizations/examples/whatever to the list (or if the maintainers
don't like that idea, directly to me) and I'll make a page. If you don't
have dedicated space available, contact me directly and I will make storage
arrangements (currently upload to, ftp://www.wavedivision.com/incoming).

There is no contrib directory on navya.com, so maybe we could compile one
of our own. What do you all think?


> On Mon, May 17, 1999 at 09:10:56AM -0400, Ed Landa wrote:
> > Does this module actually work for anybody?
> I ended up coding so much into the module, I just took some time and came up
> with a generic module to replace this one.
> It will query a single variable, or it will walk a tree and total up
> results, all based on a PERL expression that gets eval'ed for each variable
> returned.  Example (from the config):
>   pm-atl-2 +. MdmStat mycommunity \
>   32 31 31 (((1<*)&&(*<5))||(*==7))
> Walk the tree on a Livingston PortMaster that holds the status for the
> modems.  Total up the modems that are in states 2, 3, 4, and 7 (these are
> good states). Use this value to compare against the thresholds. 
> So whenever I have some modems on a Portmaster get stuck in the ERROR state,
> I get notified.
> I've got some other examples in my config file.  I've put this at
> ftp://ftp.comstar.net/pub/nocol/ if anyone is interested in playing with it.
> We've been running it for about 4 months now and it appears to work well.
> I'd be interested in hearing any feedback.
> Thanks
> Ed

Rick Robino                                  mailto:rrobino@wavedivision.com