the Windows NT/2000 PC that will monitor the device, setup a web server
(Personal Web server/IIS etc).
You can test this by selecting a URL like: http://126.96.36.199/
where 188.8.131.52 is the IP address of the PC that is running the web server.
You should be able to view some type of default home page.
a command prompt (Click “Start”, then “Run” and enter “cmd”).
change directory to the directory where Solo-zip.exe was copied: cd \temp
and run the command “Solo-zip.exe”. Solo-zip
Follow the prompts.
You should be able to accept all the defaults.
You will only need to enter the company name when asked.
and restart the PC. (This should start the Task Scheduler).
you want to use PingTime, then you need to do this step.
From the command prompt again run: \OverTime\bin\schedule.bat
This sets the schedule to collect the PingTime data.
This scheduling can be checked from the command line by typing “at”.
A list of times to run \OverTime\bin\batch.bat should be listed.
is now installed and ready.
add the device to OverTime, then: cd \OverTime\bin
otadd –c public 10.11.12.13 Where “public” is the SNMP read community string for the device and
10.11.12.13 is its IP address set earlier.
This will setup all necessary files and configurations to allow the device
to be monitored.
The command otadd will pull out the names for the graphs to be
generated from the device.
If you have more than one device, then repeat this step for each device.
all your devices have been added to OverTime, from a browser, enter the
where 184.108.40.206 is the address of the PC that is running OverTime and the
The name of the device/s will appear on this page.
This is stored locally in the PC in the directory where the web server
keeps the web site.
This may be \InetPub\wwwroot as seen here, or another location:
on the name of the device to see graphical views of the statistics
on any of the graphs to see historical information for each item