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gtm monitor snmp(1)					BIG-IP TMSH Manual				       gtm monitor snmp(1)

       snmp - Configures a Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) monitor.

       gtm monitor

       Configure the snmp component within the gtm monitor module using the syntax in the following sections.

	create snmp [name]
	modify snmp [name]
	    app-service [[string] | none]
	    community [ [name] | none]
	    defaults-from [name]
	    description [string]
	    destination [ [ ipv4 address[:port] ] | [ ipv6 address[.port] ] ]
	    ignore-down-response [enabled | disabled]
	    interval [integer]
	    port [integer]
	    probe attempts [integer]
	    probe-interval [integer]
	    probe-timeout [integer]
	    timeout [integer]
	    version [ [integer] | none]

	edit snmp [ [ [name] | [glob] | [regex] ] ... ]

	list snmp
	list snmp [ [ [name] | [glob] | [regex] ] ... ]
	show running-config snmp
	show running-config snmp [ [ [name] | [glob] | [regex] ] ... ]

	delete snmp [name]

       Note: You cannot delete default monitors.

       You can use the snmp component to configure a custom monitor, or you can use the default SNMP monitor that the Global
       Traffic Manager provides. The SNMP monitor is both a health and performance monitor. This type of monitor checks the
       performance of a server running an SNMP agent such as UC Davis, for the purpose of load balancing traffic to that server.

       create snmp my_snmp defaults-from snmp_gtm

       Creates a monitor named my_snmp that inherits properties from the default SNMP monitor.

       list snmp

       Displays the properties of all of the SNMP monitors.

	    Specifies the name of the application service to which the monitor belongs. The default value is none. Note: If the
	    strict-updates option is enabled on the application service that owns the object, you cannot modify or delete the
	    monitor. Only the application service can modify or delete the monitor.

	    Specifies the community name that the BIG-IP(r) system must use to authenticate with the host server through SNMP. The
	    default value is public.

	    Specifies the name of the monitor from which you want your custom monitor to inherit settings. The default value is

	    User defined description.

	    Specifies the IP address and service port of the resource that is the destination of this monitor. The default value
	    is *:*.

	    Possible values are:

	    *:*  Specifies to perform a health check on the IP address and port supplied by a pool member.

		 Specifies to perform a health check on the server with the IP address supplied by the pool member and the port
		 you specify.

	    IP address:port
		 Specifies to mark a pool member up or down based on the response of the server at the IP address and port you

       glob Displays the items that match the glob expression. See help glob for a description of glob expression syntax.

	    Specifies whether the monitor ignores a down response from the system it is monitoring. The default value is disabled.

	    Specifies the frequency at which the system issues the monitor check. The default value is 90 seconds.

       name Specifies a unique name for the component. This option is required for the commands create, delete, and modify.

	    Displays the administrative partition within which the component resides.

       port Specifies the port number to which this monitor sends SNMP traps. The default value is 161.

	    Specifies the number of times the BIG-IP system attempts to probe the host server, after which the BIG-IP system
	    considers the host server down or unavailable. The default value is 1.

	    Specifies the frequency at which the BIG-IP system probes the host server. The default value is 1.

	    Specifies the number of seconds after which the BIG-IP system times out the probe request to the BIG-IP system. The
	    default value is 5 seconds.

	    Displays the items that match the regular expression. The regular expression must be preceded by an at sign (@[regular
	    expression]) to indicate that the identifier is a regular expression. See help regex for a description of regular
	    expression syntax.

	    Specifies the number of seconds the target has in which to respond to the monitor request. The default value is 180

	    If the target responds within the set time period, it is considered up. If the target does not respond within the set
	    time period, it is considered down. Also, if the target responds with a RESET packet, the system immediately flags the
	    target as down without waiting for the timeout interval to expire.

	    Specifies the SNMP version the monitor uses. The default value is v1.

       create, delete, edit, glob, gtm pool, list, modify, regex, show, tmsh

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