SNMP OIDs for Third-Party Monitoring

Get insights into TCPWave network performance


Optimize network efficiency with TCPWave SNMP monitoring.

When it comes to monitoring network performance, SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) plays a crucial role in gathering valuable data from network devices. TCPWave, a leading provider of DNS, DHCP, IPAM, and ADC solutions, offers SNMP integration with its DDI solution, providing essential statistics through SNMP OIDs (Object Identifiers). In this blog, we will explore some key SNMP OIDs from TCPWave's MIB (Management Information Base) that enable third-party monitoring and deliver insights into network performance.

Proactive Issue Resolution

Proactive Issue Resolution

  • With TCPWave SNMP OIDs, organizations can proactively identify and address network issues. By monitoring DNS query volumes, organizations can detect anomalies, and take preventive measures to minimize downtime.
Improved Network Security

Improved Network Security

  • DNS Query Count OIDs and DHCP Packet Count OIDs provide critical information about DNS and DHCP services. By monitoring these OIDs, organizations ensure stable operation of these essential network services.
Enhanced Network Performance

Enhanced Network Performance

  • By leveraging TCPWave SNMP integration and monitoring the SNMP OIDs, organizations gain valuable insights into their network performance.
Efficient Resource Utilization

Efficient Resource Utilization

  • Monitoring SNMP OIDs such as tcpwaveMemoryTotal, tcpwaveMemoryUsed, tcpwaveMemoryFree, and tcpwaveDiskUsed allows organizations to effectively manage their resources.
TCPWave Memory Monitoring
  • tcpwaveMemoryTotal

    OID: TCPWAVE-BINDMIB::tcpwaveMemoryTotal.0
    Description: This SNMP OID provides the total memory capacity of the TCPWave DDI solution. It gives visibility into the amount of memory available, helping organizations monitor resource utilization and plan capacity accordingly.
  • tcpwaveMemoryUsed

    OID: TCPWAVE-BINDMIB::tcpwaveMemoryUsed.0
    Description: This SNMP OID indicates the amount of memory currently in use by the TCPWave DDI solution. Monitoring this OID enables administrators to track memory usage trends, identify potential bottlenecks, and optimize memory allocation for optimal performance.
Monitoring Memory and Disk Usage
  • tcpwaveMemoryFree

    OID: TCPWAVE-BINDMIB::tcpwaveMemoryFree.0
    Description: This SNMP OID represents the amount of free memory available in the TCPWave DDI solution. By monitoring this OID, organizations can ensure sufficient memory resources are available for smooth operation and prevent potential performance issues.
  • tcpwaveDiskUsed

    OID: TCPWAVE-BINDMIB::tcpwaveDiskUsed.0
    Description: This SNMP OID provides insights into the disk space usage of the TCPWave DDI solution. Monitoring this OID helps administrators stay informed about disk utilization, detect potential capacity constraints, and take proactive measures to optimize storage resources.
TCPWave Monitoring OIDs
  • DNS Query Count OIDs

    OID: tcpwaveAQueries, tcpwaveAAAAQueries, tcpwaveCNAMEQueries, tcpwaveSOAQueries, tcpwaveMXQueries, tcpwavePTRQueries, tcpwaveSRVQueries, tcpwaveNSQueries
    Description: These SNMP OIDs offer valuable statistics related to DNS queries in the TCPWave DDI solution. By monitoring these OIDs, administrators gain visibility into query volumes, analyze DNS traffic patterns, and identify any anomalies that may impact network performance or indicate potential DNS-related issues.
  • DHCP Packet Count OIDs

    OID: tcpwaveDHCPDISCOVERPackets, tcpwaveDHCPREQUESTPackets, tcpwaveDHCPACKPackets, tcpwaveDHCPOFFERPackets, tcpwaveDHCPINFORMPackets, tcpwaveDHCPNACKPackets, tcpwaveDHCPDECLINEPackets, tcpwaveDHCPRELEASEPackets
    Description: These SNMP OIDs provide insights into DHCP packet counts in the TCPWave DDI solution. Monitoring these OIDs enables administrators to track DHCP packet volumes, detect patterns, and ensure DHCP services are functioning optimally.

By utilizing SNMP OIDs from our MIB, third-party monitoring systems gain valuable insights into network performance, resource utilization, and DNS/DHCP traffic patterns. The SNMP OIDs discussed above offer key statistics related to memory usage, disk space, DNS queries, and DHCP packets. By leveraging these SNMP OIDs, organizations can proactively monitor their network, optimize performance, ensure smooth and efficient operation of our DDI solution.