I understand that CiscoWorks2000 does not support non-cisco devices, never the less I would like to try and monitor such devices through CiscoWorks. Specifically I would like to monitor our snmp-enabled UPSs and I'm wondering if it's possible to configure something like DFM (or another part of the suite) to monitor them.
At the moment I have some limited success in that snmp-rw tests seem to work (but snmp-ro tests fail); DFM lists authentication errors periodically so I know that certain elements are registered. My UPS supports email notification but I would like some kind of monitoring to occur via Ciscoworks as well.
Has anyone else had experience monitoring non-cisco devices with CiscoWorks2000? If so what aspects of the suite did you have to modify? Was anything particularly tricky? Was it worth the time making the effort?
What if I gave DFM new MIBS to reference (our UPS came with some)? I notice the faq mentions that DFM is not a MIB browser so does that mean it cannot use new MIBS? If it can in fact use new MIBS where would they go?
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