Alejandro Islas wrote:
> However, when I
> launch snmpd via the /etc/init.d/snmpd file I do not have remote access
> to my tables and can only read them via localhost. I checked the snmpd
> file in /etc/init.d and everything seems to be fine.

[...]
> # Reads config file (will override defaults above)
> [ -r /etc/default/snmpd ] && . /etc/default/snmpd


The settings to check (and adjust) are in /etc/default/snmpd .


+Thomas

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