[ph-isp] Re: ph-isp Digest, Vol 24, Issue 14

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Author: rhad del rosario
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Subject: [ph-isp] Re: ph-isp Digest, Vol 24, Issue 14
hi,

snmp is easy to enabled like gari stated.. and to make sure of it..
just issue "show snmp" if its enabled.. hope this will help.

-rad

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> Date: Sat, 21 May 2005 21:34:52 +0800
> From: jopoy solano <jopoy.solano@???>
> Subject: Re: [ph-isp] cisco catalyst snmp
> To: Mark Quitoriano <markquitoriano@???>, PH-ISP Mailing List
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> check
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> http://cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk362/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094aa4.shtml
> and
> http://cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk362/technologies_configuration_example09186a0080094aa1.shtml
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> Actually, you can solve almost all of your cisco problems by searching
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> hth.
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> 'Jopoy
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> [1] http://cisco.com
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> On 5/20/05, Mark Quitoriano <markquitoriano@???> wrote:
> > im not sure if this is the write place?
> >
> > what's the command to enable snmp on cisco switches
> >
> > i executed snmp-server enable and snmp-server community "string"
> >
> > but when i tried to sniff port 161 or 162 it's always close.
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> Date: Sun, 22 May 2005 04:38:01 +0800
> From: gari@???
> Subject: Re: [ph-isp] cisco catalyst snmp
> To: Mark Quitoriano <markquitoriano@???>, PH-ISP Mailing List
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> Hi.
>
>      snmp-server community <string> <ro/rw> [access list]
>      ex: snmp-server community hello ro 1

>
> Altho it is not required, it's always a good idea to also put in:
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>      snmp-server location <physical location>
>      ex: snmp-server location 8th floor cabinet, Slot 2

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> and who manages it:
>
>      snmp-server contact <you@???>

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>
> Also not required but also a good idea is to specify which IPs can talk to your
> switch's snmp using access lists to protect it from unauthorized access.
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> Hope this helps.
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> Gari
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> Quoting Mark Quitoriano <markquitoriano@???>:
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> > im not sure if this is the write place?
> >
> > what's the command to enable snmp on cisco switches
> >
> > i executed snmp-server enable and snmp-server community "string"
> >
> > but when i tried to sniff port 161 or 162 it's always close.
> >
> > --
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