Product Documentation

SNMP Configuration

Sep 07, 2012

show snmp

Syntax: show snmp

Reports then enabled/disabled status of the SNMP feature.

enable snmp

Syntax: enable snmp

Enables the SNMP feature.

disable snmp

Syntax: disable snmp

Disables the SNMP feature.

show snmp-system-mib

Syntax: show snmp-system-mib

Displays the current name, location, contact, and authentication failure trap settings.

set snmp-system-mib

Syntax: set snmp-system-mib
[-name “name”] 
[-location “location”] 
[-contact “name”] 
[-auth-fail-trap {enable, disable}]

Sets the SNMP name of the appliance, its location, the contact person’s name, and whether to enable authentication failure traps. Double quotes can be used as delimiters for string fields (which may contain spaces).

show snmp-manager

Syntax: show snmp-manager

[-id “id”]

Displays the current SNMP manager entries. If -id is specified, only that SNMP manager is displayed.

add snmp-manager

Syntax: add snmp-manager
-community “name” 
-ip “addr” 
[-netmask {0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32}]

Enables access to SNMP functions by remote systems on the specified subnets and with the specified community name. Double quotes can be used as delimiters for string fields (which may contain spaces).

remove snmp-manager

Syntax: remove snmp-manager
{-all, -id “number”}
Syntax: remove snmp-manager
-community “name” 
-ip “addr” 
[-netmask {0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32}]

Removes the specified SNMP manager entry, or all SNMP manager entries. Double quotes can be used as delimiters for string fields (which may contain spaces).

show snmp-trapdest

Syntax: show snmp-trapdest
-id “id”

Displays the SNMP trap destination entry at position “id.”

add snmp-trapdest

Syntax: add snmp-trapdest
-name “name” 
-ip “addr” 
[-port “port”] 
[-version {v1, v2c}]

Adds a new SNMP trap destination. Double quotes can be used as delimiters for string fields (which may contain spaces).

remove snmp-trapdest

Syntax: remove snmp-trapdest
{-all, -name “name”, -id “id”}

Removes the SNMP trap destination define by name or ID, or all SNMP trap destinations. Double quotes can be used as delimiters for string fields (which may contain spaces).