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Offline Tremark

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How to add custom settings to SNMP?
« on: August 31, 2016, 08:58:15 am »
Hi,

I would like to configure Cacti Template for pfSense. To do this I need to add custom config to snmp (needed to add OIDs):

%ucd
extNames.0 = "process total"
extCommand.0 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ps.sh total"
extNames.1 = "process state d"
extCommand.1 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ps.sh d"
extNames.2 = "process state i"
extCommand.2 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ps.sh i"
extNames.3 = "process state l"
extCommand.3 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ps.sh l"
extNames.4 = "process state r"
extCommand.4 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ps.sh r"
extNames.5 = "process state s"
extCommand.5 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ps.sh s"
extNames.6 = "process state t"
extCommand.6 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ps.sh t"
extNames.7 = "process state w"
extCommand.7 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ps.sh w"
extNames.8 = "process state z"
extCommand.8 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ps.sh z"
extNames.9 = "smart total"
extCommand.9 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_smart.sh total"
extNames.10 = "smart error"
extCommand.10 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_smart.sh error"
extNames.11 = "ports total"
extCommand.11 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ports.sh total"
extNames.12 = "ports old"
extCommand.12 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ports.sh old"
extNames.13 = "ports vulnerability"
extCommand.13 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ports.sh vulnerability"
extNames.14 = "mail queue"
extCommand.14 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_mail_queue.sh mail"
extNames.15 = "mail client queue"
extCommand.15 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_mail_queue.sh client"
extNames.16 = "gmirror gm0 total"
extCommand.16 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_gmirror.sh gm0 total"
extNames.17 = "gmirror gm0 active"
extCommand.17 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_gmirror.sh gm0 active"
extNames.18 = "gmirror gm1 total"
extCommand.18 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_gmirror.sh gm1 total"
extNames.19 = "gmirror gm1 active"
extCommand.19 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_gmirror.sh gm1 active"
extNames.20 = "camcontrol da0"
extCommand.20 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_raid.sh camcontrol da0"
extNames.21 = "camcontrol da1"
extCommand.21 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_raid.sh camcontrol da1"
extNames.22 = "mptutil da0"
extCommand.22 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_raid.sh mptutil da0"
extNames.23 = "mptutil da1"
extCommand.23 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_raid.sh mptutil da1"
extNames.24 = "named req"
extCommand.24 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_named.sh request"
extNames.25 = "named ans succ"
extCommand.25 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_named.sh ans_succ"
extNames.26 = "named ans auth"
extCommand.26 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_named.sh ans_auth"
extNames.27 = "namedi ans nonauth"
extCommand.27 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_named.sh ans_nonauth"
extNames.28 = "denied packet ipfw"
extCommand.28 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_denied_packet.sh ipfw"
extNames.29 = "denied packet ipf"
extCommand.29 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_denied_packet.sh ipf"
extNames.30 = "denied packet pf"
extCommand.30 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_denied_packet.sh pf"
extNames.31 = "ntp rootdispersion"
extCommand.31 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ntp.sh rootdispersion"
extNames.32 = "ntp offset"
extCommand.32 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ntp.sh offset"
extNames.33 = "ntp jitter"
extCommand.33 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_ntp.sh jitter"
extNames.34 = "users total"
extCommand.34 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_users.sh total"
extNames.35 = "users logged"
extCommand.35 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_users.sh logged"
extNames.36 = "users no_password"
extCommand.36 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_users.sh nopassword"
extNames.37 = "files maxfiles"
extCommand.37 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_files.sh maxfiles"
extNames.38 = "files openned"
extCommand.38 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_files.sh openned"
extNames.39 = "tcp port total"
extCommand.39 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_tcp_connections.sh total"
extNames.40 = "tcp port 21"
extCommand.40 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_tcp_connections.sh 21"
extNames.41 = "tcp port 22"
extCommand.41 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_tcp_connections.sh 22"
extNames.42 = "tcp port 25"
extCommand.42 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_tcp_connections.sh 25"
extNames.43 = "tcp port 80"
extCommand.43 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_tcp_connections.sh 80"
extNames.44 = "tcp port 110"
extCommand.44 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_tcp_connections.sh 110"
extNames.45 = "tcp port 143"
extCommand.45 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_tcp_connections.sh 143"
extNames.46 = "tcp port 443"
extCommand.46 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_tcp_connections.sh 443"
extNames.47 = "uptime"
extCommand.47 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_uptime.sh"
extNames.48 = "spam ham"
extCommand.48 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_spam.sh ham"
extNames.49 = "spam blocked"
extCommand.49 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_spam.sh blocked"
extNames.50 = "spam blacklist"
extCommand.50 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_spam.sh blacklist"
extNames.51 = "spam undecided"
extCommand.51 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_spam.sh undecided"
extNames.52 = "spam grey"
extCommand.52 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_spam.sh grey"
extNames.53 = "spam greywhite"
extCommand.53 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_spam.sh greywhite"
extNames.54 = "mailstats_from_count_local"
extCommand.54 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_mailstats.sh from count local"
extNames.55 = "mailstats_from_count_smtp"
extCommand.55 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_mailstats.sh from count smtp"
extNames.56 = "mailstats_to_count_local"
extCommand.56 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_mailstats.sh to count local"
extNames.57 = "mailstats_to_count_smtp"
extCommand.57 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_mailstats.sh to count smtp"
extNames.58 = "mailstats_from_bytes_local"
extCommand.58 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_mailstats.sh from bytes local"
extNames.59 = "mailstats_from_bytes_smtp"
extCommand.59 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_mailstats.sh from bytes smtp"
extNames.60 = "mailstats_to_bytes_local"
extCommand.60 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_mailstats.sh to bytes local"
extNames.61 = "mailstats_to_bytes_smtp"
extCommand.61 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_mailstats.sh to bytes smtp"
extNames.62 = "apcups linev"
extCommand.62 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_apcups.sh linev"
extNames.63 = "apcups loadpct"
extCommand.63 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_apcups.sh loadpct"
extNames.64 = "apcups bcharge"
extCommand.64 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_apcups.sh bcharge"
extNames.65 = "apcups timeleft"
extCommand.65 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_apcups.sh timeleft"
extNames.66 = "apcups itemp"
extCommand.66 = "/usr/local/bin/cacti_apcups.sh itemp"

Is there any way to add custom config to snmp service?
I can add this config manually but when service is restarting config is generated with settings which can be edited from webGUI where I can't define needed settings.

Best Regards,
Tremark.

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Re: How to add custom settings to SNMP?
« Reply #1 on: September 01, 2016, 09:28:31 am »
It's not net-snmp, those won't work. It's bsnmpd.

They won't work as expected, I mean. They are not executed on poll. They likely won't work how you're intending them to work.
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