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  1. Hi Folks, In GEN10 HP servers they have removed windows based agents so I have ILO5 configured for SNMP walking. I can walk it but Automate does not detect or match it - I have downloaded the mibs from HP and loaded them to the relevant folders but still nothing. Being able to monitor the server from here is the easiest option yet automate will not detect it - it walks fine but then I get a ton of red Xs and OIDs Any ideas?
  2. This is a set of scripts I built out to automate configuration of SNMP monitoring of core hardware components on our HP servers. It uses a couple of EDF's to track whether SNMP is installed and configured. I also included a search for filtering down to just your physical HP servers so it's not trying to install on vMware vm's or the like. Implementation requirements: - Server must have SNMP installed - Server must have HP(E) Insight Management Agent installed - SNMP must be configured to allow queries I have included the scripts I built to accomplish each of these steps, a master script that I use to check and complete each step as needed (the script steps to run each subscript were removed so it would export at a reasonable size, so some minor edits are required) as well as a txt file with the OID's and check results I use in the SNMP remote monitors. Enjoy! Contribute! Automate! HP Server SNMP Monitoring.zip
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