SNMP Profiles Configuration Guide
Guide to deploying the Datadog SNMP Profiles integration from the Datadog marketplace

Overview

The RapDev SNMP Profiles package supports over 150 device profiles natively, and has pre-built dashboards for all supported hardware devices to help you monitor them instantly. Several hundred hours have gone into tuning the profiles to ensure that they collect all relevant metrics with the necessary tags, including serial numbers, firmware versions, hardware versions, and more. This integration can be deployed in minutes and start monitoring, visualizing, and alerting immediately.
The integration will give you access to hundreds of YAML profiles, and will auto-deploy a number of new dashboards on your instance. It will then use the native Datadog SNMP Autodiscovery to automatically detect any supported hardware, and start polling the OIDs using the native Datadog SNMP integration. There is no need for you to manage, edit, modify, or update any SNMP profiles on your Datadog agent or YAML. All of that is taken care of with this integration, and you can simply start monitoring and alerting.

Setup

  1. 1.
    Delete the default DataDog profiles in the following directories:
    Linux
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    /etc/datadog-agent/conf.d/snmp.d/profiles/*
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    /opt/datadog-agent/embedded/lib/python<VER>/site-packages/datadog_checks/snmp/data/profiles/*
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    Windows
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    %PROGRAMDATA%\Datadog\conf.d\snmp.d\profiles\*
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    %PROGRAMFILES%\Datadog\Datadog Agent\embedded\lib\site-packages\datadog_checks\snmp\data\profiles\*
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  2. 2.
    Activate the free trial in the Datadog Marketplace to get the profile download URL.
  3. 3.
    Unzip the snmp-profiles.zip file, and move the snmp-profiles\profiles into the Datadog SNMP profiles directory on the system that has the Datadog agent installed. This includes moving any of the cisco profiles out of the downloaded snmp-profiles\profiles\cisco directory:
    Linux:
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    /etc/datadog-agent/conf.d/snmp.d/profiles/
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    Windows:
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    %PROGRAMDATA%\Datadog\conf.d\snmp.d\profiles\
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  4. 4.
    Fill in your conf.yaml with the necessary IP or network addresses for discovery. See the file snmp-profiles\conf.yaml.example_rapdev for example configuration.

Supported Devices

Below is a list of the currently supported devices, please visit our website for a full updated list of all devices.
Manufacturer
Model
Version
Dell
iDRAC
7
Dell
iDRAC
8
Dell
iDRAC
9
HP
ProLiant Gen8
iLO 4
HP
ProLiant Gen9
iLO 4
HP
ProLiant Gen10
iLO 5
APC
Smart UPS
All
APC
SmartCard
All
F5
Big-IP
9.4.x to 15.x
Cisco
ASA
5505
Cisco
ASA
5510
Cisco
ASA
5525
Cisco
ASA
5540
Cisco
UCS
M2
Cisco
UCS
M3
Cisco
UCS
M4
Cisco
Catalyst
2960
Cisco
Catalyst
3650
Cisco
Catalyst
4500
Cisco
Catalyst
3750
Cisco
Nexus
2k
Cisco
Nexus
3k
Cisco
Nexus
4k
Cisco
Nexus
5k
Cisco
Nexus
6k
Cisco
Nexus
7k
Cisco
Nexus
9k
Cisco
ISR
44XX
Cisco
ISR
38XX
Cisco
CUBE
IOS
Cisco
Unified Call Manager
8.x to 12.x
Cisco
ASR
All
Checkpoint
GAIA
77 to 80.30
Checkpoint
Cloud Firewall
77 to 80.30
Barracuda
Next Gen Firewall
6, 7, 8
Barracuda
SPAM Filter
6, 7, 8
Palo Alto
Next Gen Firewall
9.x
FortiNet
FortiGate
All
Cisco
Meraki
MR-Series
Cisco
Meraki
Z-Series
Cisco
Meraki
MX-Series
Cisco
Meraki
MS-Series
Dell
Powerconnect
2000
Dell
Powerconnect
3000
Dell
Powerconnect
5000
Dell
Powerconnect
6000
Dell
Powerconnect
7000
Dell
Powerconnect
8000
Dell
PowerEdge Chassis
M1000e
Dell
PowerEdge Chassis
MX7000
HP
C7000
All
Citrix
Netscaler
All
Kemp
Loadmaster
All
Arista
Ethernet Switches
7500
Arista
Ethernet Switches
7400
Arista
Ethernet Switches
7300
Arista
Ethernet Switches
7200
Arista
Ethernet Switches
7100

Support

For support or feature requests please contact RapDev.io through the following channels:
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