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BSNMP ping is a module for bsnmpd which allows you to measure latency and reachability
BSNMP ping is a module for bsnmpd which allows you to measure latency and reachability. It sends out ICMP packets to the configured hosts.
A history of received packets is maintained, and you can query via SNMP how many dropped packets, maximum/minumum latency and other stats for that history period.
As bsnmpd only runs on BSD's (seems that way), this will also be the case for bsnmp-ping.
The following example pings two hosts. The first gets pinged once per second, and keeps a history for 300 seconds. The second is pinged 5 times per second, and the history is kept for 30 seconds.
The following would be added to /etc/snmpd.config:
begemotSnmpdModulePath."ping" = "/usr/local/lib/snmp_ping.so"
pingHost.1 = "10.8.9.2"
pingInterval.1 = 100
pingHistory.1 = 300
pingHost.2 = "18.104.22.168"
pingInterval.1 = 20
pingHistory.1 = 150
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