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Monitoring DHCP pools and superscopes

Question asked by Tero_Tanninen on Jan 13, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 13, 2017 by casph02



Currently we are monitoring available IP-addresses on DHCP pools with ntevl-probe which reads information from DHCP Server eventlog and alarms us when the scopes are almost full.


This works great with normal DHCP pools, but not with Superscopes which includes multiple scopes. Current situation is we now have multiple alarms when the first pool on the superscope is full, although there are still addresses available on the secondary pool. Is there a way to monitor superscopes so we only get alarms when there are no addresses available on the superscope level?