2001/08/03 - I have started the work at a new Java version of this software. I am doing this because i was dissapointed by the gtk and ucd-snmp API and i have encountered a lot of multithreading problems while working with them.
The new version of the software should be ready in about a month. It will run on both Unix and Windows machines using a Java1.3 compatible VM.
The SNMP Monitor is a graphical SNMP monitoring tool designed
mainly for WAN surveillance. It allows the user to view the states of
network trunks, routers and any other SNMP-able equipment. You can
know in real-time the situation of network equipments.
I would appreciate a lot if you would send me (just for my eyes) screenshots
of networks monitored with snmp-monitor.
New features (in version 0.6)
- Group option - to create a hierarchy of maps.
- History plots for SNMP objects (in the right button mouse menu).
- Disable option to start/stop monitoring of a map.
- posix threads
- ansi c++ compiler (gcc-2.95.2 recommended)
- stl library (usually included with your c++ compiler)
You can see here a screenshot and a sample configuration, to figure out how
it might look like.
A brief description of visual representation used by snmp_monitor:
- red: interface operational status down
- gray: interface administrative status down
- blue / green the maximum
current value reached by monitored variables. If that object represents, for
SNMP variables, and at the last repoll one reached 30% of the configurated
maximum value and the other 75%, the
object will be 3/4 blue and 1/4 green (showing the 75% value).
Mouse buttons functions:
- left - (on an object) shows in the console the numeric values last read
for the monitored SNMP variables and their conversions in bytes and bits.
- middle - shows in the console the (x,y) position of that click. you
can use this as reference when adding a new object in the configuration file
- right - (on object) gives the suer defined menu for that target
People working at this project: