Veeam ONE Monitor SNMP MIBs

KB ID: 1040
Products: Veeam ONE
Version: since v5.0
Published:
Last Modified: 2016-06-02

Challenge

Need to forward events which are caught by Veeam Monitor to any 3rd party network monitoring product.

Cause

In this case you need an SNMP MIB file for Veeam One Monitor which is provided separately.

Solution

Obtain the SNMP MIB file from here.

More Information

Monitored SNMP traps contained in the MIB file are in SNMP v1 format such as the examples presented below:
 
vmPoweredOn  - "This trap is sent when a virtual machine is powered ON from a suspended or a powered off state.
vmPoweredOff - "This trap is sent when a virtual machine is powered OFF."
vmHBLost - "This trap is sent when a virtual machine detects a loss in guest heartbeat."
vmHBDetected - "This trap is sent when a virtual machine detects or regains the guest heartbeat."
vmSuspended - "This trap is sent when a virtual machine is suspended."

The following are accompanying variables for these traps:
 
vmID - "This is the ID of the affected vm generating the trap. If the vmID is non-existent, (such as for a power-off trap) -1 is returned."
vmConfigFile - "This is the config file of the affected vm generating the trap."

The following traps are sent from VMware vCenter:
 
vpxdTrap - "This trap is sent when entity status changed."
vpxdTrapType - "This is the trap type in the preceding traps."
vpxdHostName - "This is the name of the host in the preceding traps."
vpxdVMName - "This is the name of the VM in the preceding traps."
vpxdOldStatus - "This is the old status in the preceding traps."
vpxdNewStatus - "This is the new status in the preceding traps."
vpxdObjValue - "This is the current object value in the preceding traps."

If you have any questions, contact Veeam Customer Support.
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