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Question: List & describe SNMP command with syntax?
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Subject: Telecom Network Management

Topic: Internet Management(SNMP)

Difficulty: medium

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modified 4 months ago by gravatar for mankar.shubhangi07 mankar.shubhangi070 written 6 months ago by gravatar for stanzaa37 stanzaa370
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Command Syntax Explanation
DISABLE SNMP disable snmp Enter this command to disable SNMP and all SNMP related commands. Be default, SNMP is disabled.
ENABLE SNMP enable snmp Enter this command to enable SNMP and all SNMP related commands. By default, SNMP is disabled.
SET SNMP TRAPCOMMUNITY set snmp trapcommunity {<"Trap community string">} Enter this command to set the trap community string. By default, the value is “COMPAQ”.
SET SNMP TRAPDEST set snmp trapdest {,1 2 3 } {[none] []} Enter this command to set up to three SNMP trap destinations. Trap destinations cannot be FQDN addresses, you must use IPv4 addresses only. Specify none to remove a trap destination.
SHOW SNMP show snmp Enter this command to show all SNMP configuration settings.
TEST SNMP test snmp Enter this command to send a test trap to all of the configured trap destinations. The command sends a standard test trap (11003) for the test. See SNMP trap codes and descriptions for a list of the SNMP trap codes and descriptions.
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written 4 months ago by gravatar for mankar.shubhangi07 mankar.shubhangi070
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Command Syntax Explanation
DISABLE SNMP disable snmp Enter this command to disable SNMP and all SNMP related commands. Be default, SNMP is disabled.
ENABLE SNMP enable snmp Enter this command to enable SNMP and all SNMP related commands. By default, SNMP is disabled.
SET SNMP TRAPCOMMUNITY set snmp trapcommunity {<"Trap community string">} Enter this command to set the trap community string. By default, the value is “COMPAQ”.
SET SNMP TRAPDEST set snmp trapdest {,1 / 2 / 3 } {[none] / []} Enter this command to set up to three SNMP trap destinations. Trap destinations cannot be FQDN addresses, you must use IPv4 addresses only. Specify none to remove a trap destination..
SHOW SNMP show snmp Enter this command to show all SNMP configuration settings.
TEST SNMP test snmp Enter this command to send a test trap to all of the configured trap destinations. The command sends a standard test trap (11003) for the test. See SNMP trap codes and descriptions for a list of the SNMP trap codes and descriptions.
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