Problems Enabling SNMP on AP250

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We've been having a little trouble getting SNMP going on the AP250s with HiveManager NG and wanted to ask HiveNation for any input on this.  I'll detail the steps we've followed to enable this:

Under Configure -> Common Objects -> Management -> SNMP Servers:






Traffic Filter with SNMP enabled:


But when I run the Paessler's SNMP Tester on the local Windows server I configured, I get no response from the AP:


Any ideas on this?
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Devin

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Posted 2 years ago

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thewifigeek, Champ

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You have to create a new port type with SNMP enabled :-p

I usually name it Uplink_Standard.

Good luck.
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Khalil Fall

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Hello,

please how i can add port type for snmp. i try i modify but i cannot do it?

Thanks
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Jason

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I've made a new port type already. When I assign the port type to the eth0 & eth1 ports on my AP230s, I have no way to change the filter. Attempting to change the traffic filter on this custom port type results in the error:

The object "HmTrafficFilterVo" with owner ID "19658" and ID "35000" is not valid.

How does one change the traffic filter on the port type I'm assigning in my device template?
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Devin

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Thanks thewifigeek that fixed the problem!  Second question, do you happen to know where I can get an up-to-date MIB file for the AP250s?
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Devin

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I found the attached MIBs on another site.  Works for AP250s and returns airtime per radio and SSID which is the main feature I was looking for.  If possible, I'm still looking for a way to monitor:

1. CPU utilization
2. Memory utilization
3. Connected clients per radio and SSID

Link to MIBs: https://community.whatsupgold.com/library/mib_repository/aerohive_mibs#