In the SNMP section of the program settings, you can configure settings which affect the SNMP function operation.
Use SNMP WinAPI
Enable this option if you are getting errors or the program is hanging while it performs the SNMP operations (getting the data from managed switches, monitoring SNMP values). This setting allows the program to use the WinAPI functions for communicating via the SNMP protocol, but these functions not always work correctly in the process of the multi-threaded background monitoring.
Convert SNMP trap value OIDs to names
SNMP trap messages sent by network devices to the program usually contain the OID codes as value names (for example, 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.0=10). This is not comfortable for understanding the message meaning. The program can convert the digital codes to more plain value names using the MIB tree
Replace text in SNMP traps
As in the previous option, the program can replace value names to any strings which can be defined in the table below. Our example value name 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.0 can be automatically replaced to "Uptime:".
You can configure the SNMPv3 authorization accounts in the list located under the option.
Response timeout (ms)
You can change the response timeout for all the SNMP functions here.