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Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Monitoring - Oracle Access Manager (OAM) 10.1.4 (Doc ID 412212.1)

Last updated on MARCH 08, 2017

Applies to:

COREid Identity - Version: 10.1.4 and later   [Release: 10g and later ]
COREid Access - Version: 10.1.4 and later    [Release: 10g and later]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Checked for relevance on 11-Apr-2010


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In this Document
     SNMP Monitoring
     1.    Prerequisites
     2.   About Oracle Access Manager SNMP Monitoring and Agents
     2.1 The SNMP Agent
     3.   About the Oracle Access Manager MIB and Objects
     3.1 MIB Index Fields
     3.2 Identity Server MIB Objects
     3.3 Access Server MIB Objects
     4.    Enabling and Disabling SNMP Monitoring
     5.   Setting Up SNMP Agent and Trap Destinations
     To configure the SNMP Agent and trap destinations
     To add a trap destination in silent mode
     To delete a trap destination in silent mode
     To configure general parameters first
     To add an SNMP Manager directly after general parameters
     To delete an SNMP Manager directly after adding one
     6.   Changing SNMP Configuration Settings
     7.  Logging for SNMP
     8.  SNMP Messages
     9.  Discrepancies Between Netstat and SNMP Values
     10.   Configuring the Shutdown Interval

Platforms: 1-914CU;

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