If anyone ever needs them, the Jacarta interSeptor SNMP OIDs you need to read the Temp and Humidity are:
.220.127.116.11.4.1.19011.1.3.1.18.104.22.168.3 = current temperatureThe values need to be multiplied by 0.1 to get a real temperature, as it stores the value as an integer with .1 of a degree increments.
.22.214.171.124.4.1.19011.1.3.1.126.96.36.199.5 = current RH
Basically, the steps are to:
- Get a dyndns account or similar and make your router use it (if your machine/router/ has a dynamic IP address)
- Use the port forward/firewall function of your router to forward any SNMP requests (port 161) to your interSeptor's internal IP address
- Install Cacti
- Use the SNMP OIDs to create graphs.
- Because cacti uses dynamic references to its graphs, you're going to need to publish the graphs somewhere using the built in FTP function, or publish them to another web-accessible directory on the server running cacti.
(these are still a work in progress)