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 Adding and Configuring a Monitor
  To set up a device module monitor for a particular device, click the 'Monitors' tab for the device. Click 'Add Monitor'.
 Adding a New Device
  In the Device Manager dashboard, click the "Add a New Device" link on the orange bar. The resulting popup window will have a configuration options for t
 Associating a Device with a Client and a Service
  It is possible to associate a device with a client and service via a particular device's status page. This is useful for organizational purposes, as well as for taking advantage of so
 Configuring a Device's IP Assignment
  From a specific device's page within the Device Manager, you can add an IP assignment by clicking in one of the two following areas:
 Ubersmith DE Device Modules
  As of Ubersmith DE 2.4.0, SNMP connectivity is supported via both IPv4 and IPv6.
 Configuring Device Types and Categories
  Device Types and Groups allow you to fully customize the way devices are displayed in your Ubersmith instance. A 'Device Group' is a larger, more general category that might be som
 Understanding Bandwidth Graphs
  The bandwidth utilization graphs provided within Ubersmith should be easy to understand at a glance, but here is a detailed explanation of the key and other items on the graph.
 Device Tagging
  Tagging devices will allow you to display groups of devices based on custom tags you create. A tag is a short, descriptive string, for example, 'unassigned', 'internal', or 'refurbish
 What does the error 'snmprealwalk(): No response from XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX' mean?
  The error returned when Ubersmith DE cannot successfully poll your device via SNMP is:
 What hardware does Ubersmith DE support?
  This is a list of hardware make
 Associating a Device with a Switch Port
  To monitor a device's bandwidth usage, you will need to want to associate the device to a switch port. 
 Configuring the 'MySQL(R) Status' Device Module
  The MySQL(R) Status Device Module allows you to monitor the activity and connection counts for your MySQL database hosts.
 Configuring the Webserver Status Device Module
  The Webserver Status Device Module allows you to monitor the activity and connection counts for your HTTP Server hosts. Ubersmith DE supports monitoring:
 Configuring a Virtual Machine Host within the Device Manager
  Once you have configured your Device Types and Groups for your Virtual Machine hosts, you are ready to create a new device. When
 Creating a new Virtuozzo VM and Device
  Once your Virtuozzo VM Host is configured, you can begin to create VMs. You can do this by clicking the 'Create VM' link in the orange 'Actions' section of the VM Host's Device Mana
 Puppet External Node support in Ubersmith
  Puppet is an open source data center automation and configurat
 R1Soft Enterprise Server and Ubersmith
  Within Ubersmith DE, the configuration of an R1Soft Enterprise server and its Agents is not terribly dissimilar to configuring a switch and its individual ports. First, in
 Finding Unassociated Devices
 The Ubersmith DE Device Manager allows you to determine which device entries are not currently associated with a client. From the Device Manager dashboard, you will see a link, 'U
 Configuring Device Monitoring for Redis
  The information in this article is for use with the Redis key-value store. Redis is a NoSQL document oriented database that stores data in the system's memory to leverage
 Bandwidth monitoring with NetFlow and pmacct
 Ubersmith can support collecting bandwidth data via libpcap, Netlink/ULOG, NetFlow v1/v5/v7/v8/v9, sFlow v2/v4/v5 and IPFIX by way of the network monitoring tool "pmacct". In order to take advantage of this capability, you will need to have
 Managing SolusVM with Ubersmith
 Ubersmith's SolusVM support allows for the creation and management of virtual machines from within the Device Manager. In order to take advantage of the SolusVM support, you'll need to create some device groups and types, as well as configure two Dev
 The IP & VLAN Dashboard
  Ubersmith's IP & VLAN Dashboard, which can be accessed via the main Device Manager dashboard, provides you with an inside look at your IP and VLAN utilization. You can configure alerts to be sent out to a specific email address if IP or VLAN utiliza
 IPMI Information Troubleshooting
  This knowledge base article will help you troubleshoot issues with the IPMI Information device module in Ubersmith.Could not find 'bmc-info' utility, is freeipmi installed?
 Device Monitoring Dashboard
  Ubersmith's monitoring dashboard provides a centralized location to allow your system administrators and network operations staff to keep tabs on service and equipment failures. Administrators can 'watch' certain issues so that other members of the
 DNS Integration
  As of Ubersmith DE v3, DNS Management has been added as a feature. One of the first steps you must take in order to utilize this feature set is to install the PowerDNS server packages: (As of this writing)on Debian:
 Connection Manager
  With the release of Ubersmith v3.2.0, the process of configuring bandwidth monitoring/billing has changed.When a device's type has the Bandwidth Monitoring module enabled, the "edit" link now goes to the "
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