Preinstallation Checklist for the CommServe SNMP Enabler
The CommServe SNMP Enabler sends alerts from the CommServe computer to other computers using the SNMP protocol. For more information, see Setting up Alerts and Notifications - SNMP Traps.
Use this preinstallation checklist to prepare the computer where the SNMP Enabler will be installed and to gather all of the information you will need during the installation.
Verify System Requirements
There are no minimum requirements for the SNMP Enabler.
Verify License Requirements
The SNMP Enabler does not require a license.
Determine the Installation Location
Install the SNMP Enabler on the CommServe computer. The SNMP Enabler cannot be installed on cluster environments.
Install Windows SNMP Services
SNMP Services (a Windows Server feature) must be installed and running on the CommServe computer. The following SNMP protocols are supported:
- SNMP Version 1 (SNMPv1)
- SNMP Version 3 (SNMPv3)
Gather Installation Data
Refer to the items in this section to gather the information that you will need during the installation. Record the information before you begin installing the software, so you can refer to it during the installation.
You can install the CommServe SNMP Enabler only by using the installation package that was created by the Download Manager.
- SnapProtect package to install
- Install the CommServe SNMP Enabler package, which is listed under the Tools category.
- SNMP Traps
To add computer groups and trap destinations to the SNMP service, gather the following details:
- Decide on a name for the group of computers that will receive the SNMP traps (also known as community name).
- If trap destinations are required, collect the host name, IP or IPX address of the destination computers.