When it comes to ease of use and functionality BPSNMPMon is an invaluable tool for monitoring network traffic, storage utilization and processor load. BPSNMPMon is a SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) utility that will monitor host processor, storage and interface values. BPSNMPMon performs various SNMP queries at a user-defined time interval and graphically represents the information in a simple user friendly interface. The current SNMP query results are displayed in a gauge as a percentage and also in a historical user-definable value graph. For each SNMP community/host BPSNMPMon queries the HOST-RESOURCES-MIB (Management Information Base) (RFC2790) hrProcessorEntry table. For each hrProcessorFrwID OID (Object IDentifier) the corresponding hrProcessorLoad OID value is queried and displayed. The hrStorageEntry table of the HOST-RESOURCES-MIB is also queried for the hrStorageUsed OID value for each hrStorageIndex entry. The hrStorageUsed value is reported percentage of the hrStorageSize and graphed by value. The hrStorageTypes that are displayed are hrStorageRam, hrStorageVirtualMemory, hrStorageFixedDisk and hrStorageRamDisk. From RFC1213-MIB ( RFC1213) BPSNMPMon also sends SNMP queries for each ifIndex OID in the ifEntry table. To determine the host's in and out interface activity load the ifInOctets and ifOutOctets values are utilized. BPSNMPMon is a small but useful utility that is easy to use and best of all BPSNMPMon is available free of charge and runs fine without installing anything! BPSNMPMon doesn't create any new registry-keys, change system settings or create hidden files on your computer. Simply remove the executable, configuration and help file and BPSNMPMon is completely removed from your computer.
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