Command Reference

config system snmp

Written for LMS 5.4. Last updated 2017-10-22 07:45:36. Print

Interactive command to activate or deactivate basic SNMP settings. SNMP may be disabled, or set to one of the following security levels:

noAuthNoPriv security requires that the user connects with the SNMP username, but does no message validation or encryption.

authNoPriv security requires that the user connect with the SNMP username, and makes sure that the message is valid by using the specified auth password.

authPriv security requires that the user connect with the SNMP username, that it has been signed with the Auth password and that it has been encrypted with the Priv password.

For security, Uplogix recommends using the authPriv security level.

Command availability

CLI resource: system

Uplogix system: All

LMS offerings: All

Syntax

config system snmp

Usage

[admin@UplogixLM]# config system snmp
--- Existing  Values ---
SNMP is disabled.
Change these? (y/n) [n]: y
--- Enter New Values ---
Security Level (authPriv,authNoPriv,noAuthNoPriv,disabled): [disabled]: authPriv
Port: [161]:
Username: xyzcoAus01
Auth Protocol: [SHA]:
Auth Password: *********
Confirm Auth Password: *********
Priv Protocol: [AES256]:
Priv Password: *********
Confirm Priv Password: *********
Do you want to commit these changes? (y/n): y

Auth protocol may be set to SHA (default) or MD5. Priv protocol may be set to AES256 (default), AES192, AES128, or DES.

You will only be prompted for the applicable passwords.

Note: You can set appropriate values for sysContact.0 and sysLocation.0 with the config system properties command.

To disable SNMP, set the security level to disabled.

[admin@UplogixLM]# config system snmp
--- Existing  Values ---
Security Level: authPriv
Port: 161
Username: xyzcoaus01
Auth Protocol: SHA
Auth Password: ********
Priv Protocol: AES256
Priv Password: ********
Change these? (y/n) [n]: y
--- Enter New Values ---
Security Level (authPriv,authNoPriv,noAuthNoPriv,disabled): [authPriv]: disabled
Do you want to commit these changes? (y/n): y

In the Uplogix web interface

Inventory > group page > Network > SNMP - specific to this inventory group

Inventory > Local Manager page > Network > SNMP - specific to this system

History

3.4 - This command was introduced to replace config envoy snmp.

Related commands

  • show system snmp

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