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2008/3/12, Dave Shield :
>
> On 12/03/2008, snmp girl wrote:
> > I try snmpTrapAddr udp:hostname:162
> > with hostname: 192.168.192.120
> > but It gives me that snmptrapaddr no known as a cmd

>
> I believe that Mike was suggesting this as a configuration
> directive, rather than a DOS command.
> Personally, I'd tend to specify this on the command
> line directly:
>
> snmptrapd -f -Le udp:192.168.192.120:162
>
>
> But you will still need to create the snmptrapd.conf
> file, to set the trap access control stuff.
>
>
>
>
> > ah another question should I create the snmpd.conf file or not

>
> Are you going to be working with the Net-SNMP agent,
> or just the trap receiver? snmpd.conf is used with the agent.
> snmptrapd.conf is used with the trap receiver.



just the trap receiver because the agent I have already configure it in a
linux machine .
so as I see , I should create the snmpd.conf in the /etc/snmp and write in "

disableAuthorization yes"

that's it???

I would tend to suggest that you concentrate on one at a time.
> Get the trap receiver working first, and *then* worry about
> the agent.
>
> Dave
>


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2008/3/12, Dave Shield <.T.Shield@liverpool.ac.uk" target="_blank">D.T.Shield@liverpool.ac.uk>:
On 12/03/2008, snmp girl <snmp.girl@gmail.com> wrote:

> I try snmpTrapAddr udp:hostname:162
> with hostname: 192.168.192.120
> but It gives me that snmptrapaddr no known as a cmd


I believe that Mike was suggesting this as a configuration
directive, rather than a DOS command.
  Personally,  I'd tend to specify this on the command
line directly:

   snmptrapd -f -Le  udp:192.168.192.120:162



But you will still need to create the snmptrapd.conf
file, to set the trap access control stuff.




> ah another question should I create the snmpd.conf file or not

Are you going to be working with the Net-SNMP agent,

or just the trap receiver?    snmpd.conf is used with the agent.
snmptrapd.conf is used with the trap receiver.

 

just the trap receiver because the agent I have already configure it in a linux machine .

so as I see , I should create the snmpd.conf in the /etc/snmp and write in "

disableAuthorization yes"


that's it???



I would tend to suggest that you concentrate on one at a time.
Get the trap receiver working first, and *then* worry about

the agent.

Dave



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