Hello everyone, I have the following doubt:Can I create an CI manually in CA SOI and relate it through the MdrElementID with an alert generated through a snmp policy?
as a genericrule in SOI, CIs have to be created via the same connector as the Alerts which are attached to them.
Otherwise there is a mismatch in the Mdr-Triple (Product, ProdInstance, ElementId) linking the two together.
When you make use of the SNMP Connector, the CI can be dynamically generated via the same policy.
Please let me know more details about what you want to achieve, and I can better guide you - SNMP Connector is one of my favorite areas to work on.
Hello Michael,Thanks in advance.What I am trying to do is integrate the PRTG with the CA SOI, I have already generated a policy (with which I have replaced the default policy). This policy allows me to generate the alarm but not the correct CI, since it appears with the name Unknown and in the Entity class, not in the Computer System.The container 3.4.2 is installed on a separate server and the version of the connector is 4.2.
thanks for sharing the policy and trap.
The policy looks fine - but I can see one thing that you are missing, and that can cause unexpected behavior:
As part of the Alert and Item classes, add the following Write block. It ensures that variables are passed from one class to the next. Without that, I have seen all kinds of weird problems.
<Write> <Field type="publishcache" properties="*" /> </Write>
And one more thing:
Whenever you are in the process of developing a policy for the SNMP connector, you have to "remove" the connector for every new policy to work properly. Sometimes there are "left-overs" from some tests which disturb the proper processing.
Please let me know if that helps.
If not, you have to set the connector into debug, and we have to see why the CI does not get generated.
Hello Michael, Thanks for the help, I applied your recommendations but now I get another error, I attach the respective log.
can you please attach the policy.
Something seems to be wrong in it,
I attach the policy.
Please don't use the 3.4.2 Container - it is not compatible with the SNMP Connector.
Use the previous 3.4.1 version.
I did not spot that information earlier. but was concentrating on the policy - which looks good to me
You are right, the SNMP connector is not compatible with the 3.4.2 container.
Thanks for your help.