No SNMP Response from < ip address >
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A- The quick way is to open the /etc/snmpd.conf file and remove the loopback address entry (127.0.0.1) from the rocommunity public line and restart the snmp daemon, then run the snmp mib browser agsinst the SLES server.
B- The recommended way is to run snmpconf on the SLES server running the snmpd daemon:
3. Select option 1 (to create snmpd.conf).
4. Select option 1 (Access Control Setup).
5. Select option 3 (to setup a read-only access community).
5a. Type: public (the community name that will have read-only access is "public")
5b. Press the RETURN key (or press the Enter key to allow all hosts and network addresses to access the public access community).
5c. Press the RETURN key (or press the Enter key to not restrict the public access community to any specific OID).
6. To set up a read-write access community, select option 4 and repeat steps 5a-5c above by providing the appropriate information.
7. Type: finished
8. Type: finished
9. Type: quit
10. Type: cp /etc/snmpd.conf /usr/share/snmp (to copy the snmpd.conf created by the snmpconf utility to the /usr/share/snmp folder so the snmp configuration can be used by everyone on the system).
11. Type: rcsnmpd restart (to restart the snmpd daemon).
12. Run the snmp mib browser against the SLES server
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- Document ID:3000812
- Creation Date:25-JUL-06
- Modified Date:29-APR-13
- SUSESUSE Linux Enterprise Server
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