PRTG: Monitoring Supermicro IPMI to know temperature and voltage using SNMP

Greetings friends, today I bring you a very interesting entry on how to monitor the status of your Supermicro equipment, in my homelab I have the brand-new Supermicro Superserver 5028D-TN4TTo do this, we will use PRTG again as our application to monitor, we will also monitor the Supermicro using Supermicro IPMI, finally we will make use of Supermicro. mib for the IPMI.After this tutorial you will be able to have a diagram similar to this one where you can control the temperature of your equipment:

PRTG: How to monitor the status, disks, free space and much more from a QNAP NAS using PRTG

Hello, everyone, I'm lucky enough to have on my Homelab a QNAP NAS, I wrote in Spanish some articles about how you can integrate QNAP with VMware: At the same time, it's really important to have a good RAID configuration or a proper Network Infrastructure, we don't need to forget how to monitor properly the QNAP status, which means all disks, temperature, S.M.A.R.T, etc. and we can achieve this in a quicker way using PRTG.At the end of this Blog post, you might be able to have a PRTG Map like this one, which I've built in ten minutes:

How to configure SNMP on a QNAP NAS

First thing before continue is to think if we want to use SNMP v1/v2 or choose SNMP v3, in this particular case, I've chosen SNMP v1/v2 to reduce complexity.Once logged in on the QNAP, you can go to ControlPanel - Network & File Services and click on the SNMP section