Configuring SNMP using your meter’s webpages
You must download the ION MIB file from www.schneider-electric.com.
- Connect to your meter’s webpages.
- Go to Setup > SNMP Parameters.
- Configure your meter’s SNMP parameters by selecting
the parameter value.
Parameter Range Description Enable SNMP Yes/no Enables or disables SNMP on your meter. SNMP Port Number 161 (default) Enter your meter’s SNMP port number. System contact — Enter the name of your SNMP system administrator. System name — Enter a descriptive name for your meter. System location — Enter your meter’s location. Read-only Community Name — Enter the community string used for SNMP get (read-only) requests. Read-write Community Name — Enter the community string used for SNMP set (read/write) requests. NOTE: You can use the read/write community string for SNMP get (read-only) requests. Enable SNMP Traps Enable/disable Enables or disables SNMP trapping on your meter. Enable High Priority Alarms Yes/no Enables trapping of events that create high priority alarms. Enable Med Priority Alarms Yes/no Enables trapping of events that create medium priority alarms. Enable Low Priority Alarms Yes/no Enables trapping of events that create low priority alarms. Report Buffer Size 1 - 30 Enter the maximum number of trap messages to be stored before the trap messages are sent. Traps are sent when the number of trap messages is equal to or greater than this value. Report Hold Time 1 - 300 seconds Enter the maximum duration for trap messages to be held. Trap messages are sent when the time after a trap event has occurred is equal to or greater than this value. Trap Rcvr1 Addr -
Trap Rcvr4 Addr
— Enter up to four trap receiver IP addresses, where trap messages will be sent.
- Click Apply to configure the meter’s SNMP parameters.