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Pre-configured SNMP Sensors


Pre-configured SNMP sensors can be applied to devices that belong to the following categories: Printers, UPS, NAS, and Switches.

Once the SNMP status is on READ, you can apply pre-configured SNMP sensors to them.

Pre-configured SNMP Sensors


In regards to printers, the Printer Supplies Table template is available.

This contains Supply Units (Toner Cartridge, Drum Unit) and Supply Level:

Pre-configured SNMP Sensors Printer Supplies Table


For UPS devices, the UPS Basic Info template is available.

This template contains Alarms Present, Battery Status, Battery Voltage, Battery Current, Battery Temperature, Estimated Remaining Minutes, and Estimated Remaining Charge:

Pre-configured SNMP Sensors UPS Basic Info template


If the device is a NAS, three different SNMP templates are available.

NAS Hard Disk Table

The NAS Hard Disks Table template shows Hard Disks, Description, Status, Capacity, Info, Temperature, and Model:

Pre-configured SNMP Sensors NAS Hard Disks Table

NAS Volumes Table

The NAS Volumes Table template displays Volumes, Description, Free Size, Total Size, Filesystem, and Status.

NAS Basic Info

The NAS Basic Info template contains CPU Usage, CPU Temperature, Total Available Memory, Free Memory, Uptime, System Temperature, Number of Hard disks, Volumes, and Last Error Message:

Note: Not all the NAS rely on the standard NAS-MIB.The current Pre-Configured SNMP template is limited to QNAP, ReadyNAS, Synology and all the NAS drives relying on the NAS-MIB.

Synology RAID Volumes:

For each RAID configured on the Synology NAS, we monitor status, usage, and available free storage. For each sensor retrieved you also get a graphical representation of the historical values.

Synology SMART Disks Status:

For each disk and variable of the Disk, Domotz will monitor the status of the variable and the value (for instance Airflow Temperature, Command Timeout, Pending Sector, E2E Errors, Power Cycle Counts, etc):

Network Interfaces

In case of a network switch (or in general, any Network Device supporting IF-MIB for the Interfaces statistics via SNMP) the “Network Interfaces Table” template contains the following colums:
Interface name, Operational Status, Inbound (Traffic, Discards, Errors), Outbound (Traffic, Discards Errors), NIC Type, Admin status, Phisical Address (MAC), MTU, Speed:


Power Supply Monitor

In case of cisco switches which supports it, the Power Supply Status:

Possible values are:

Normal (1), Warning (2), Critical (3), Shutdown (4), Not Present (5), Not Functioning (6)

Fan Monitor

Fan Status contains the following columns:

Possible values are:

Normal (1), Warning (2), Critical (3), Shutdown (4), Not Present (5), Not Functioning (6)

Updated on November 26, 2022

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