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Q7560010: Is the Windows SNMP Trap Service required to send out SNMP Traps from Network Monitor?
No, this is not required. ActiveXperts SNMP Trap notifications do not rely on this service. If you need the Windows SNMP Trap Service for other applications, ActiveXperts will still be able to send out SNMP Trap notifications.
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Q7560015: Can I send notifications to SNMP v1 devices when a a server goes down?
Yes you can. SNMP v1 and SNMP v2c traps are supported. To read more about SNMP traps, click here.
Network Monitor > Notifications - SNMP Traps

Q7560020: Is it possible to configure re-notifications, i.e. send a notification a couple of times per hour?
Yes it is; configure the 'Advanced' tab of the particular monitoring check; here you find "Notification Frequency". When you configure "...notify every 10 minutes…", you will be notified 6 times an hour.
Network Monitor > Notifications - SNMP Traps

Q7560030: I get the following System Warning in my log file: "Too many outstanding SMrequests. Reconfigure or disable SMS notifications".
This means that there are more SMTP Trap notification requests than the ActiveXperts Network Monitor service can handle. There can be various reasons for that: The SMTP Trap agent is not functioning The network connection to the SMTP Trap agent is slow Too many notifications as a result of failed checks SMTP Trap notification requests are queued in the following folder by default: C:\ProgramData\ActiveXperts\Network Monitor\Ipc\Queue\Alerts\ Requests are processed in FIFO order. There are...
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