#Snmp

SNMP

The SNMP Collector is used to allow Metricly to monitor the performance of SNMP-enabled devices using a set of specified OIDs. The collector can gather data from as many devices as necessary by adding additional configuration sections under the [devices] header. Prerequisites You should have SNMP set-up and your community string ready prior to activating the SNMP collector. Linux Agent Configure Navigate to the collectors folder, /opt/netuitive-agent/conf/collectors.

SNMP Interface

The Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Interface collector is used to allow the Linux agent to monitor the performance of remote SNMP-enabled devices like routers and switches. The collector can gather data from as many devices as necessary by adding additional configuration sections under the [devices] header; see the example below for details. Prerequisites You should have SNMP set-up and your community string ready prior to activating the SNMP collector.

TCP

The TCP Collector collects metrics on TCP stats. Prerequisites Linux Agent Configure Navigate to the collectors folder, /opt/netuitive-agent/conf/collectors. Open the TCPCollector.conf file. Change the enabled setting to True. Save the configuration file and restart the Linux Agent. Collector Options Setting Default Description Type allowed_names ListenOverflows, ListenDrops, TCPLoss, TCPTimeouts, TCPFastRetrans, TCPLostRetransmit, TCPForwardRetrans, TCPSlowStartRetrans, CurrEstab, TCPAbortOnMemory, TCPBacklogDrop, AttemptFails, EstabResets, InErrs, ActiveOpens, PassiveOpens list of entries to collect, empty to collect all str byte_unit byte Default numeric output(s) str enabled False Enable collecting these metrics bool gauges CurrEstab, MaxConn list of metrics to be published as gauges str measure_collector_time False Collect the collector run time in ms bool metrics_blacklist None Regex to match metrics to block.