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Re: snmp problems still alive...
From: drajnovi () CISCO COM (Damir Rajnovic)
Date: Tue, 14 Mar 2000 07:26:42 +0000
At 22:49 13/03/2000 -0600, monti wrote:
Correct me if I'm wrong... but my impression was that a community
string was *always* required for snmp to work on IOS. That is, *if* you
I can not comment on this since I am not an expert in SNMP but I will
raise this question with our people who are experts.
The problem I've seen is that things like 'setup' and other front-ends
have been known to create a default of 'public'/'private' (not to mention
network administrators have come to belive that this is just a matter of
convention and mimic it, although I dont know if Cisco can be blamed for
Hey! Thank's for that! It is nice when you are not guilty!
If anyone knows of an equivalent to 'no snmp-server' for PIX, please
share! I'm unaware of a way to completely disable snmp, and have
had to live with simply assigning very very long random strings for the
community in many implementations.
I do not know how to disable it completely but I will add this to
my list of things to do. While on the subject, I am collecting things
for which we need to have on/off switches (like 'no snmp-server')
so if you people from the list do have any wishes in that respect
send them to me. However, I will reject mails like 'we want all' so
please try to be specific and be aware that I will ask for reasons
Damir Rajnovic <psirt () cisco com>, PSIRT Incident Manager, Cisco Systems
Phone: +44 7715 546 033
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There is no insolvable problems. Question remains: can you
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