Package Contents:
! D-Link DFE-550TX with SNMP Agent
! Printed Quick Installation Guide
! CD with Manual and Drivers
If any of the contents are missing, please contact the reseller.
This installation guide will instruct you on how to monitor your
workstation from another with the SNMP Agent feature on the
DFE-550 TX.
Install the DFE-550 TX driver

Make sure to configure the IP address, subnet mask, and default gateway.

Install onto the CD drive the SNMP Agent software

For example, type G:\PC_Agent.exe

After you click OK, the Install Shield Wizard page will appear:

Click Next and the following Choose Destination Location page will
appear: Click Browse to select another folder to install PC Agent.
Otherwise click Next to select the default folder C:\Program Files\D-
Link\PC Agent.

The Install Shield Wizard will come to completion. Click Finish to restart
the computer.

Go to Start#Programs#D-Link PC Agent#D-Link

Windows will prompt you to select a default card:

You may also enter Personal Settings (Name, Location, Contact):

After you enter personal settings and click OK, the D-Link PC Agent
becomes an icon in the taskbar.

Double-click the D-Link PC Agent icon to bring up the
D-Link Ethernet Adapter Agent:

The Configuration tab allows you to pick which card the agent is for.

The Error Log tab lists error messages. You may save them by clicking
Save or eliminate them by clicking Clear.

Under Options check “Auto launch when Windows start up” so that the
D-Link Ethernet Adapter Agent will automatically appear when
Windows starts up.

Click Personal to enter settings for name, location, and contact as in
Step 3.

Click Password to set the password to desired from default password of

Now you can use any MIB browser, for example the
D-Link MIB compiler, to view information on the
workstation with the DFE-550TX card SNMP Agent

The D-Link Network Adapter SNMP Agent supports
the following functions of the dlk_pc.mib:

The amount of time
since this host was
last initialized.
The host's notion of
the local date and
time of day.
The current local
time zone, expressed
in hours west of
Greenwich. If
unknown, the value -

1 shall be returned.
This index of the

pertaining to the
device that this host
is configured to load
its initial operating
system configuration
This object contains
the parameter (e.g. a
pathname) supplied
to the load device
when requesting the
initial operating
system configuration
from that device.
The number of
distinct users
currently using CPU
or memory resources
on this host.
The number of
process contexts
currently loaded or
running on this
The maximum
number of process
contexts this system
can support. If there

is no fixed
maximum, the
value should be zero.
The IP address of the
The IP net mask for
this interface.
The default gateway
for this IP interface.
The MAC address of
this IP interface. For
interfaces that do not
have such an address
(e.g., a serial line),
this object should
contain an octet
string of zero length.
The amount of
physical main
memory contained
by the host.
The (conceptual)
table of logical
storage areas on the
A unique value for
each logical storage
area contained by

the host.
A description of the
type and instance of
the storage described
by this entry.
The size of the
storage represented
by this entry, in units
of Mega bytes.
The amount of the
storage represented
by this entry that is
allocated, in units of
Mega bytes.
The number of
requests for storage
represented by this
entry that could not
be honored due to
not enough storage.
A unique value for
each devices
contained by the
host. The value for
each device must
remain constant at
least from one re-
initialization of the

agent to the next re-
A textual description
of this device,
including the
The current
operational state of
the device described
by this row of the
table. A value 1
indicates that the
current state of the
device is unknown. 2
indicates that the
device is up and
running and that no
unusual error
conditions are
known. A warning
state 3, indicates that
agent has been
informed of an
unusual error
condition by the
operational software
(e.g., a disk device
driver) but that the

device is still
'operational'. An
example would be
high number of soft
errors on a disk. A
value of testing (4),
indicates that the
device is not
available for use
because it is in the
testing state. The
down (5) state is
used only when the
agent has been
informed that the
device is not
available for any use.
The number of errors
detected on this

In addition, the D-Link Network Adapter SNMP Agent
supports an RFC 1213-Mib (DLK).mib and a