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The BMC Real End User Experience Monitoring Software Edition can report information through SNMP to a managing system in your network.  

This passive end-user experience monitoring provides an SNMP MIB that enables your SNMP manager to get (read-only) management data from the end-user experience component, such as the following metrics:

  • OS-level standard metrics such as CPU usage or disk usage
  • Traffic-related metrics such as Watchpoint data from a Real User Analyzer


BMC Real End User Experience Monitoring Software Edition uses SNMP traps to send alerts to an SNMP manager (if incident-detection rules and error-detection rules are enabled and triggered)

To set up BMC Real End User Experience Monitoring as a managed system, you enable the service, configure a local SNMP agent, and then configure the SNMP MIB or SNMP traps. Consult the following tasks to configure an Analyzer, Collector, APM Central, or Monitor as a managed system:

The BMC Real End User Experience Monitoring components support SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3.

Related topic

Configuring email or SNMP alerts for system monitoring

Additional resources

Wikipedia contributors. "Simple Network Management Protocol." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.

Wikipedia contributors. "Managed information base (MIB)." Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia.