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    Anonymous

    I am just too curious... How can I add applets of my own or done by someone else to show up in mango's graphical view?

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    Anonymous

    Ensure that there is no other SNMP Trap service running on the Mango server except Mango SNMP Trap.

    You can see this on a Linux system by executing the following command.

    netstat -unatp |grep udp

    udp 0 0 :::162 :::* 18938/java

    There should be a UDP port listening on 162 and should be bound to java

    1. Create a SNMP Data Source

    2. Download TrapGen.exe from http://www.wtcs.org/informant/free_snmp_tools.htm

    3. Create Trap Gen Command and note down the OID (-v .1.3.1.4.1.2854.1.2)

    TrapGen.exe -d x.x.x.x -o .1.3.1.4.1.2854 -v .1.3.1.4.1.2854.1.2 INTEGER 20

    Note : x.x.x.x ( Mango server IP Address)

    1. Configure a Data Point with a SNMP Trap OID (.1.3.1.4.1.2854.1.2)

    2. Execute the TrapGen command

    TrapGen.exe -d x.x.x.x -o .1.3.1.4.1.2854 -v .1.3.1.4.1.2854.1.2 INTEGER 20

    1. You should see the Trap received in Watchlist.

    Note : Incase if the SNMP OID is not configured as in the trapgen command check the mango log file and you should see a warning like the one below.

    /mango/apache-tomcat-6.0.20/logs/mango.log:WARN 2009-10-08 09:31:24,070 (com.serotonin.mango.rt.dataSource.snmp.SnmpDataSourceRT.receivedTrap:236) - Trap not handled: 1.3.1.4.1.2854.2.2 = 200

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    Anonymous

    Hi,

    Thanks for the reply. I already went thru that URL but it is for Linux platform it seems. When I try to RUN that tool on from command line in Windows, nothing happens.

    Regards,
    Girish

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    Anonymous

    Yes, when i post it here at same instant i remember that was not running as root and now it's ok. Thanks !

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    Anonymous

    you could include any applet via an HTML element which would have the applet tag.

    Or did you mean an applet which would present data from mango?

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    Anonymous

    I am just too curious... How can I add applets of my own or done by someone else to show up in mango's graphical view?

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    Anonymous

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    Anonymous

    Ensure that there is no other SNMP Trap service running on the Mango server except Mango SNMP Trap.

    You can see this on a Linux system by executing the following command.

    netstat -unatp |grep udp

    udp 0 0 :::162 :::* 18938/java

    There should be a UDP port listening on 162 and should be bound to java

    1. Create a SNMP Data Source

    2. Download TrapGen.exe from http://www.wtcs.org/informant/free_snmp_tools.htm

    3. Create Trap Gen Command and note down the OID (-v .1.3.1.4.1.2854.1.2)

    TrapGen.exe -d x.x.x.x -o .1.3.1.4.1.2854 -v .1.3.1.4.1.2854.1.2 INTEGER 20

    Note : x.x.x.x ( Mango server IP Address)

    1. Configure a Data Point with a SNMP Trap OID (.1.3.1.4.1.2854.1.2)

    2. Execute the TrapGen command

    TrapGen.exe -d x.x.x.x -o .1.3.1.4.1.2854 -v .1.3.1.4.1.2854.1.2 INTEGER 20

    1. You should see the Trap received in Watchlist.

    Note : Incase if the SNMP OID is not configured as in the trapgen command check the mango log file and you should see a warning like the one below.

    /mango/apache-tomcat-6.0.20/logs/mango.log:WARN 2009-10-08 09:31:24,070 (com.serotonin.mango.rt.dataSource.snmp.SnmpDataSourceRT.receivedTrap:236) - Trap not handled: 1.3.1.4.1.2854.2.2 = 200

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