LoadMaster MIBs for SNMP Monitoring

In order to monitor your LoadMaster, you may elect to configure the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) parameters.

First, ensure that SNMP is enabled in the LoadMaster.

Go to System Configuration > Logging Options > SNMP Options and ensure that Enable SNMP is selected.

The LoadMaster has custom Management Information Bases (MIBs) which are available for download here

These can then be imported to your favorite monitoring tool. Each major revision of firmware has specific Object Identifiers (OIDs) so be sure you are using the correct MIB bundle for the firmware you are running.

After importing the MIBs you will notice there are a few groups of OIDs. The grouping of OIDs under the ipvs folder will provide information concerning Layer 4 Virtual Services.



Alternately, if you have configured Layer 7 Virtual Services, you should look through the b100 grouped OIDs.



Also, if you would like to monitor the general properties and settings of the LoadMaster, feel free to view the OIDs within the b100-0 grouping.


Almost any piece of information can be pulled from the LoadMaster using SNMP.  The key is determining which OID(s) you would like to track. 

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Peter Bollwerk

Is there a sensor for hardware memory use? Or CPU?

Derek Kiely

You can use standard Linux MIBs for this.

Josef Overton

How about FAN and Power Supply ? Do you use standard traps for notification of failure?


Can these be used for virtualized product line?

Derek Kiely

Yes these MIB's can be used for Virtual LoadMaster