OK, thanks; now it works.

In terms of security, what mechanisms do I have while using SNMP v2c ?


>From: "Dave Shield"
>To: "Arnaud BODENAN"
>CC: net-snmp-users@lists.sourceforge.net
>Subject: Re: Error "No access configuration - dropping trap" with snmptrapd
>Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2006 14:54:40 +0100
>
>On 06/10/06, Arnaud BODENAN wrote:
>>When I launch snmptrapd with net-snmp-5.0.11, I can see my traps
>>But with net-snmp-v-5.3.1, I get the error message:
>>"No access configuration - dropping trap"

>
>Please see the FAQ entry
> "How do I handle traps and notifications?"
>
>and in particular, the penultimate paragraph.
>
>
>>I don't understand why I have to specify an access configuration.

>
>Because we've finally started applying security considerations to
>snmptrapd (not before time!). Do you really want every Tom, Dick
>and Harry on the Internet to be able to swamp your trap receiver with
>random junk?
>
>Dave


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