SNMP is a method for a FortiSandbox system to monitor your FortiSandbox system on your local computer. You will need an SNMP agent on your computer to read the SNMP information.
Using SNMP, your FortiSandbox system monitors for system events including CPU usage, memory usage, log disk space, interface changes, and malware detection. Go to System > SNMP to configure your FortiSandbox system’s SNMP settings.
SNMP has two parts - the SNMP agent or the device that is sending traps, and the SNMP manager that monitors those traps. The SNMP communities on the monitored FortiSandbox are hard coded and configured in the SNMP menu.
The FortiSandbox SNMP implementation is read-only — SNMP v1, v2c, v3 compliant SNMP manager applications, such as those on your local computer, have read-only access to FortiSandbox system information and can receive FortiSandbox system traps.
From here you can also download FortiSandbox and Fortinet core MIB files.
When one plug is cut off, the unit will send out SNMP trap and generate a log. Only 3000D, 2000E, 3000E and 3500D models are supported.