SNMP Ping utility of OpUtils software checks whether a node is SNMP-enabled or not. The tool helps Network Engineers to know the availability of a device and also provides basic information like DNS name, System Name, Location, System Type, and System Description. Following the SNMP discovery, if required, more details of the node can be retrieved using SNMP Tools like SNMP Walker, MIB Browser and SNMP Graph.
Click the Tools tab.
Choose SNMP Ping available under the Diagnostic Tools category.
Enter the IP Address/Host Name.
Enter the SNMP Community string in the text field provided.
To configure ICMP and SNMP properties click Settings located at the top right corner or click Admin ->Settings. For details read the Configuring ICMP and Configuring SNMP section.
Click the SNMP Ping button.
Check the results. The results include the Status (SNMP-enabled or non-SNMP), IP Address, DNS Name, Response Time, Location, Contacts, System Name, System Type (the OS) and System Description of the IP Address.
To install SNMP for non-SNMP enabled nodes,
read the Installing