Solution Overview: TrapSnap listens for SNMP traps
and then converts them to actions. An actions can be
any local application. SNMP traps are often generated
when critical business functions are disrupted or compromised
(a communication line fails, a server has gone down,
the computer room temperature is too high) and TrapSnap
can convert these into actions - send an alert via PageGate,
perform an automatic repair or just log the outage.
Whatever you decide, you're now in control. All traps
received can be easily logged (very helpful when your
starting out). TrapSnap runs as a system service for
Windows 2000/XP/2003. TrapSnap Cam can also be used
to transfer web camera images to the local web server.
The trigger for this is typically a sensorprobe 'seeing'
a door switch open. More than 1 image can be taken for
each trigger with a user defined delay between images.
Benefits: TrapSnap with PageGate, turns SNMP traps
into support calls easily reducing or even preventing
outages. Automatically respond to alarms and control
your systems. TrapSnap Cam tracks entries to critical
rooms, improving security.