Simple Network Management Protocol(SNMP) is an Internet-standard protocol for managing devices on IP networks. SNMP generally operates over UDP.

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SNMP not using community string in snmpd.conf

I'm trying to simply set up SNMP on a Red Hat system. I can walk the MIB tree just fine using the following command (from a different server): snmpwalk -v2c -c public HOST IP However, when I try to ...
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Idea for triggering after incoming job for cups

i want to trigger an event after my CUPS gets a new printjob. Background: i use a RaspPI as printing service with an usb plugged printer. This printer is always powered on and hasn't any eco mode. ...
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A printer's SNMP community name is the default “public”, will changing it affect it's use?

I'd like to change it from the default "public" as a part of removing vulnerabilities in the workplace. Also, can the "read only", "read/write", and "trap" community names use the same strings?
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Enable SSH access using SNMP in DPC3000

Cisco DPC3000 Docsis 3.0 cable modem, need to enable SSH access using SNMP, I find the MIBs & appropriate OIDs which should enable SSH, but I can't set username and password since they have ...
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SNMP : with not root user

I normally do snmptraps and other net-snmp commands without problems with root session, but when i try to execute same commads with a normal user i obtain follow errors: Cannot rename ...
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SNMPv3 Setup Problems

I am trying to setup an SNMPv3/USM setup with DES encryption. Below are my config files. snmpd.conf sysservices 72 trapcommunity public rwuser SecureUser createUser SecureUser SHA "password" DES ...
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snmpwalk timing out halfway through query

This is on a CentOS Cacti server that has ran for months on end with no problem. Now even for snmpwalk -v1 -cpublic localhost .1 results starts streaming through and halfway through results stop ...
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Traffic Input/Output OID for HP Procurve 1810G

I have a HP ProCurve 1810G-24 Port Switch in Office which has minimal snmp functionality. I am searching for the right oid (if the switch has this ability) to monitor specific port bandwith usage for ...
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snmptrapd is sending the sender IP address to the traphandler with additional info

I am using snmptrapd (NET-SNMP Version: 5.7.2), and I have a handler that receives the traps. I used to have it on debian wheezy (NET-SNMP Version: 5.4.3) and it worked just fine. I read lines from ...
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SNMP Trap for CPU Usage in Windows

How do I automatically generate an SNMP trap in Windows when a core's usage exceeds 90%? I have tried googling, but can seem to find only results for Linux. In Linux (Net-SNMP), the sending of SNMP ...
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CUPS and SNMP behaviour

My printer is connected to a raspberry pi (linux machine) using usb. My client is also a linux machine and has to connect to the printer via ipp. These both machines running CUPS. The printer and all ...
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SNMP (net-snmp) is missing 64 bit counters on FreeBSD 9.1 (ifHCInOctets/ifHCOutOctets)

I am using SNMP (from the port net-mgmt/net-snmp, v5.7.2, compiled with "MFD_REWRITES") on a FreeBSD9.1-RELEASE system. For some reason, the ifXTable MIB (1.3.6.1.2.1.31.1.1.1) seems to be missing the ...
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SNMP: Configuring/Enabling SNMPv3 on Windows 7

How do I enable SNMP v3 and configure SNMP v3 users and groups in Windows 7?
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Delete Hung TCP Sessions with SNMP

What I am trying to do, and failing horribly, is to close a TCP connection... I am trying to do this via SNMP and the functionality that is provided in the TCP MIB. First, I look at all the ...
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Snmptrapd can not be restarted

ps -ef | grep snmp outputs that snmptrapd is running root 1297 1 0 10:29 ? 00:00:00 /usr/bin/perl /usr/sbin/snmptt --daemon snmptt 1298 1297 0 10:29 ? 00:00:00 ...
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How to Monitor servers with SNMP?

I am linux new user, and want to monitor my linux server with SNMP protocol to get some cpu, memory info, how do I use the snmp to monitor linux system? how to monitor linux servers with snmp?
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Unable to configure DD-WRT SNMP monitoring with Zabbix

Installed Zabbix on Ubuntu but not sure what setting I missed. Base on my concept, I would like to using SNMP to monitoring DD-WRT router which it using SNMP service. I did enable to SNMP service at ...
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SNMPGET/WALK Timeout on Printer

I have an HP LaserJet CP5225n printer that I am using to test SNMP on our network. I'm new to SNMP so I am having trouble figuring out what's going on here. I'm just trying to return the Device name ...
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SNMP: Calculating polling

I'm doing some reading on SNMP and have Stallings' book "SNMP, SNMPv2 and RMON" (1996). He shows how by using some basic math you are able to "determine the maximum number of stations that the ...
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Ubuntu 12.04 install NetSNMP Python Bindings

I want to install NetSNMP Python Bindings in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS system. But I got some in install progress. First, I got the net-snmp-5.7.1 source tar, and did the following things: ./configure ...
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How to alter mib-2.system.sysObjectID and related OIDs on default SNMP Agent?

When using default Windows SNMP Service (WinXP, Win7) I am able to edit mib-2.system.sysContact (1.3.6.1.2.1.1.4) and mib-2.system.sysLocation (1.3.6.1.2.1.1.6) directly on the Agent tab of the SNMP ...
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Periodically storing the results of snmpwalk to a file in Linux

I'm running snmpwalk on Linux and saving the output to a file using snmpwalk -v 2c -c public 192.168.129.122:17225 1.3.6.1.4.1.2.1.1.1 >> SNMPWALK_SS If the value of one parameter is saved ...
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Windows 7 SNMP Names and OIDs

I would like to retrieve the list of available SNMP names and/or OIDs for my Windows 7 machine. Is there a command to do this? Is there a common list of SNMP names available for Windows? Currently ...
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Where can I find the MIB list for my computer (Ubuntu 12.04)?

I want to play around with snmp traps on my computer, but need the MIB list for that (I guess). So where can I find it on a Ubuntu 12.04 system?
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Ports 8081 & 161 open on my router but I haven't set Port Forwarding up on that port?

I'm not sure why they're open? It's a UK BT Infinity router. Best way to find out if I've been hacked?
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How to make SNMPv2 queries from Windows 7 to Ubuntu running on VirtualBox

I already have snmp installed on Linux and can do queries like snmpwalk, within Linux using command line. But I have no idea how to do queries from Windows to Linux via the CMD. My goal is to make a ...
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snmptt: Did not find 'Result' in module

I am using Centreon (Nagios) on Centos 6.2 and was importing some MIBs to use snmp traps. One MIB seems to make some problems. When I try to use snmptranlsate (or send a trap for testing purpose) I ...
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How to calculate CPU % based on raw CPU ticks in SNMP

According to http://net-snmp.sourceforge.net/docs/mibs/ucdavis.html#scalar_notcurrent ssCpuUser, ssCpuSystem, ssCpuIdle, etc are deprecated in favor of the raw variants (ssCpuRawUser, etc). The ...
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snmpd.conf network range not accepted

I am using snmpd on CentOS 6.3 and was giving a network range to the source for mapping community to security group. com2sec mynetwork 192.168.0.0/23 centreon Anyhow it is not working and I ...
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SNMP Traps: Telling the difference between sources

I am logging all incoming SNMP traps to file, for further processing, via: snmptrapd -Lf /path/to/my/file.log So this will log all traps coming in on port 162. Is there a way I can tell the ...
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SNMP attack to my administrator

%%01SNMP/5/SNMP_FAIL(l): Login through SNMP failed(ip=189.xx.xx.x times=2). %%01SNMP/5/SNMP_FAIL(l): Login through SNMP failed(ip=189.xx.xx.x times=6). %%01SNMP/5/SNMP_FAIL(l): Login through SNMP ...
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usage of SNMP protocol

Is SNMP used to show a machine what software it must be running? I heard that SNMP is used for monitoring, so I am curious whether SNMP is used in this way.
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Kyocera printer page count SNMP

trouble finding out Kyocera printer page count... Standard Print MIB says: SNMPv2-SMI::mib-2.43.10.2.1.4.1.1 = Counter32: 486492 The web interface gives 433726 which is the same as ...
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Is it possible to bind multiple, simulated devices to SNMP port 161?

I am attempting to simulate multiple SNMP agents on my computer. I am using this software to try and accomplish this. From the program's description: Verax SNMP agent simulator is a tool that can ...
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SNMP: not able to query for MAC address

I need to query the MAC address of Ubuntu terminals. I remember that a few years ago I've used the OID .1.3.6.1.2.1.2.2.1.6.2 (IF-MIB::ifPhysAddress.2) to query OpenSUSE terminals. This OID doesn't ...
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SNMP work only with localhost

how could I configure it, to work with my hostname, my ip, my domainName snmpwalk -v 1 -c public localhost .1.3.6.1.2.1 works snmpwalk -v 1 -c public myPCname or myIP .1.3.6.1.2.1 doesn't work: ...
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MRTG: Switch Port Throughput

I currently have MRTG running in a Debian box. It currently polls a Netgear Switch for the speeds of 7 or so ports and then makes the graphs of them. It currently only records the bits/sec. I would ...
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Relevance and Necessity of SNMP [closed]

Edit: I am in the process of designing a Java-based monitoring tool that will send back periodic "health checks" of a Java app deployed to a cluster of GlassFish servers. I am trying to figure out the ...
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Allow snmpd to read /proc/net/* when running a grsecurity kernel and the grsec_proc group

I have rented a VPS from OVH (the Kimsufi 2G), and I'm having troubles getting snmpd to work correctly. The box is a Debian Squeeze running an OVH custom kernel: root@vps:~# uname -a Linux vps ...
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One Netgear GS716T switch port, connected to an HP CLJ 2605dn printer, triggers SNMP down/up traps every few minutes

All the other ports on the switch are fine. I've tried moving it to a different port and it does the same thing. I've looked into power management settings and there are none for this printer. The ...
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UDP port blocked?

how do I know if the UDP port that i'm sending requests to is blocked? I am sending a snmp request and the SNMP agent receives requests on UDP port 161. I want to know if the port is blocked or not?
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DD-WRT SNMP OID for network traffic

I am looking for the OID on DD-WRT to monitor my interface traffic on LAN/WAN/WLAN. I've looked, but can't find any MIB's for DD-WRT. Can someone point me in the right direction? I've snmpwalk'ed the ...
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Enable SNMP Remotely

I have a handful of Windows servers that I would like to enable SNMP on. However, they are all remote virtual machines so there is no way to use the installation CD's for the required files that SNMP ...
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How can I expose my fan speed, cpu temp, etc to WMI and/or SNMP? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Collect temperature and fan speed with munin from Windows 7 PC? How can I expose my fan speed, cpu temp, etc to WMI and/or SNMP? Free solutions are preferred. On ...
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What are SNMP indices?

I'm trying to find out what is meant by SNMP indices. I read the following statement on wiki: Index assignments for an SNMP device instance may change from poll to poll mostly as a result of ...
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Multiple IP interfaces responding to SNMP query in a same router?

How to configure multiple IP address in a router . My requirement is both address should respond to SNMP query
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Collect temperature and fan speed with munin from Windows 7 PC?

I'm quite fond of munin and using it also at home to monitor my PCs. What was super-duper easy under Linux is pretty much unsolvable for me under Windows: I'd like to monitor CPU and Motherboard ...