SNMP Setting Help
 

The Version field allows the selection of the SNMP versions (Disabled, V1, V3 or V1 and V3) supported by the card

The SNMP Port identifies the SNMP server port. The default value is 161.

The SNMP Community Read-Only identifies a sub-group attached to a network manager or a logical entity. The card and the clients must share the same community name to dialog. This one allows only SNMP variables reading.
The administrator can change it.

The SNMP Write Enabled checkbox allows the administrator to enable/disable the SNMP write function.

The SNMP Community Write identifies a sub-group attached to a network manager or a logical entity. The card and the clients must share the same community name to dialog. This one allows SNMP variables writing.
The administrator can change it.

The Read-Only User identifies the user in the SNMPv3 version which is authorized to read only SNMP variables.

The Read-Only Security Level selects the level of security:

  • No Auth No Priv: the user must not use authentifaction and privacy to access to SNMP variables.
  • Auth No Priv: the user must use authentifaction and NOT privacy to access to SNMP variables.
  • Auth Priv: the user must use authentifaction and privacy to access to SNMP variables.

The Read-Only Authentication Password allows administrator to specify a new password for the Read-Only User that is used for Authentication level of security if set. Its length must be ranging between 8 and 24 characters and used only letters, numbers and <>&@#%_=:;,./?|$*()-~ symbols.

The Read-Only Privacy Password allows administrator to specify a new password for the Read-Only User that is used for Privacy level of security if set. Its length must be ranging between 8 and 24 characters and used only letters, numbers and <>&@#%_=:;,./?|$*()-~ symbols.

The Read-Write User identifies the user in the SNMPv3 version which is authorized to read and write SNMP variables.

The Read-Write Security Level selects the level of security:

  • No Auth No Priv: the user must not use authentifaction and privacy to access to SNMP variables.
  • Auth No Priv: the user must use authentifaction (MD5) and NOT privacy to access to SNMP variables.
  • Auth Priv: the user must use authentifaction (MD5) and privacy (DES) to access to SNMP variables.

The Read-Write Authentication Password allows administrator to specify a new password for the Read-Write User that is used for Authentication level of security if set. Its length must be ranging between 8 and 24 characters and used only letters, numbers and <>&@#%_=:;,./?|$*()-~ symbols.

The Read-Write Privacy Password allows administrator to specify a new password for the Read-Write User that is used for Privacy level of security if set. Its length must be ranging between 8 and 24 characters and used only letters, numbers and <>&@#%_=:;,./?|$*()-~ symbols.

The Notification Username allows administrator to specify the “username” field sended in SNMPV3 notifications. This field has to also be defined in the applications that received those notifications. Its length must be ranging between 8 and 24 characters and used only letters, numbers and <>&@#%_=:;,./?|$*() symbols.

The Save button allows to save the modified settings.