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SiteMonitor Configuration Objects

The SiteMonitor products are configured through SNMP. The following are objects related to the Configuration of the SiteMonitor Products:

IPAddress (1.3.6.1.4.1.32050.2.1.1.0, ipaddress, read-write): This is the IP address assigned to the device. Writing an IP address to this object will store it in nonvolatile memory. To take effect, the sitemonitor device will need to be rebooted.

Netmask (1.3.6.1.4.1.32050.2.1.2.0, ipaddress, read-write): This is the netmask for the network the sitemonitor device is attached to. Writing a netmask to this object will store it in nonvolatile memory. To take effect, the sitemonitor device will need to be rebooted.

Gateway (1.3.6.1.4.1.32050.2.1.3.0, ipaddress, read-write): This is the default gateway or router for the network the sitemonitor device is attached to. Writing an IP address to this object will store it in nonvolatile memory. To take effect, the sitemonitor device will need to be rebooted.

PublicCommunity (1.3.6.1.4.1.32050.2.1.4.0, string, write-only): Writing a string to this object will set the read-only SNMP community for this device. Once the private (read/write) community string is written, access control is enabled, and SNMP packets bearing this community string will be permitted read-only access to the SiteMonitor device. Packets without a valid community string will be silently ignored.

PrivateCommunity (1.3.6.1.4.1.32050.2.1.5.0, string, write-only): Writing a string to this object will set the read-write SNMP community for this device. Once this object is written, access control is enabled, and SNMP packets must include this community string to be able to write to the sitemonitor device.

Reboot (1.3.6.1.4.1.32050.2.1.6.0, Integer, read-write): This object is used to cause the sitemonitor device to reboot. Writing the number "83620342" to this community will cause the sitemonitor device to immediately reboot. Due to the way this is handled internally, no SNMP response will be received in response to a write to this object which results in a reboot. Reads from this object are always returned as zero, to prevent accidental rebooting of the device by a SNMP management application writing a previously read value back to the device.


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