SNMP Traps in Zabbix Tutorial

This video hopefully will teach you how to configure Zabbix monitoring system, to successfully receive SNMP traps from your devices and systems, evaluate them based on your triggers, and notify about possible problems!

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25 thoughts on “SNMP Traps in Zabbix Tutorial”
  1. Hi Dmitry. Can you please advise on this. Performance Statistics/Graphs of Specific Ports of Specific Switches

    Brocade Switches are being monitored by Zabbix usig SNMP Discovery.

    We want Performance Graphs of Specific Ports of Specific Switches

    (e.g. SwitchA port 34 and port 36

    SwitchB port 33 and port 35)

    1) In Real Time

    2) For a Specific Duration.

  2. Nice TuT thank you very much. I like to watch your videos. Because of this I am starting to deploy zabbix.

    Anyways. Last time It is working well. But I have tried to install it again.

    The net-snmp-perl is not available already.

    Do we have alternatives on this one?

  3. Hi Dmitry Lambert, My SNMP version is V2 so i used snmptrap -v 2c -c public localhost '' NET-SNMP-EXAMPLES-MIB::netSnmpExampleHeartbeatNotification netSnmpExampleHeartbeatRate i 123456 but the trap is getting displayed in zabbix_traps.tmp but in the UI the trap is not displaying . Can you please help me sorting out this

  4. Aprenda a pronunciar

    Good Morning! I
    I performed this procedure without problems through the Zabbix server, but with Zabbix Proxy it does not work.
    I see traps coming to zabbix_trap.tmp, but it is not sending to Zabbix Server.
    Does anyone know why this happens?

  5. Hi, master. Can you help me with this problem? I tried to make this tutorial but of course changing some things, because I'm working with containers. But it doesn't work, could you guide me with it, because I feel that I'm very close to understanding it but I'm sure I missed something.

  6. Hi Dmitry, thanks a lot for detailed explanation. I'm currently stuck with trigger definition for snmp.fallback. If I use nodata function(which if I understood right can provide autoclose) for checking new traps it's generating multiple events. I understand that nodata belongs to timebased functions and so it's processed when data is coming and every 30 seconds by timer process. Any idea how have only one problem generated and automatically closed?

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