SNMP

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  • #1863
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    In case of errors, please create a separate topic.

    #1864
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    Passat
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    Thanks it worked however you have to know beforehand the strings that the device is giving you. In case, somebody wants to change the name of a particular device and get it back on display, cannot be implemented.

    #1865
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    I think, we will implement the required functionality sooner or later. It is not included in the plan for now, but in case of some commercial interest, we can arrange it.

    The technical limits:
    – ASCII encoding
    – max. length is 8 characters
    Is it OK for you?

    #1872
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    Passat
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    Mike i’m highly interested in this implementation. I’m going to contact you personally to resolve this issue.

    #1873
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    Please contact me by the email. I can send you my Skype ID.

    #5904
    jmartins
    jmartins
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    Hi Mikhail.

    ┬┐There is an 8 character string limitation for Dynamic Text visualization on SNMP data still?

    Just updated to the current 5.7.1 release (but was the same on previous versions) and could see the SNMP strings are properly received by the Communicator, but on the Web visualization they are always truncated to a 8 leftmost characters.

    Regards,

    Juan Carlos.

    #5907
    Mikhail
    Mikhail
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    Hi,

    Yes, this is a limit. Input channel values are stored in a “double”, which has 8 bytes.

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