Agent can receive SNMP Traps and send information to the system server. All received SNMP Traps can be found in the Event Log.

SNMP Trap probe can "bind" an SNMP Trap to an object, using single value or group of values. For instance, by the value of the field Trap OID in SNMP Trap v.2 or by the values of the fields Enterprise OID and Agent Address in SNMP Trap v.1.

SNMP Trap v.2 structure: uptime trapoid [OID TYPE VALUE] …​

SNMP Trap v.1 structure: enterprise-oid agent-address trap-type(Generic Trap) specific-type(Specific Trap) uptime(Time Stamp) [OID TYPE VALUE]…​

Settings example

Field Description

Binding criteria

A key and the corresponding value according to which SNMP Trap is associated with the object.

The image button adds another criterion via the AND operator. It allows to filter SNMP Traps more precisely.

The image button adds another criterion via the OR operator. It allows to bind several SNMP Traps to the same object.

The image button to the right of the buttons of adding criterion removes the criterion or the system of criteria respectively.

Field with text

The OID of the field to display in the column Text of the Event Log.


A parameter, a comparison operator, the parameter value and the corresponding severity level to colorize data in the Event Log.

The image button adds another kit of options for the parameter.

The image button removes the kit of options.

Collapse by field

Additional OID to group data in the Event Log.

Expiry period

Period during which the received data is valid (60 seconds by default).


After the check has been done result is displayed in the Data table:

Field Description


The IP address of the sender.


Host uptime.


Text message from SNMP Trap displayed in the column Text of the Event Log.


The value of the specified key by which SNMP Trap corresponds to the object.


The text of the received SNMP Trap.

It is possible to use external service to translate and display numeric SNMP OIDs to the human-readable text format. To do that it is necessary to specify:

Command-line utility

This check is a counterpart of the program Net-SNMP, as a result of which, SNMP Traps will be recorded to a log file.