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    Configuring SNMP

    Use this procedure to configure SNMP community strings and trap receivers.

    1. Configure the community strings.

      Note: You must have superuser privileges to configure SNMP community strings.

      1. Configure the read-only community string.

        For example:

        bti7800(config)# snmp-server community RO password
        bti7800(config-community-RO)# commit 
        Commit complete. 
        bti7800(config-community-RO)# exit 
        bti7800(config)# 
      2. Configure the read-write community string.

        For example:

        bti7800(config)# snmp-server community RW password
        bti7800(config-community-RW)# commit 
        Commit complete. 
        bti7800(config-community-RW)# exit 
        bti7800(config)#  
      3. Display the new configuration.

        For example:

        bti7800(config)# do show running-config snmp-server community
        snmp-server community RW  
         password 
        ! 
        snmp-server community RO  
         password 
        !  
    2. Configure the trap receiver.
      1. Specify the IP address of the trap receiver.

        For example:

        bti7800(config)# snmp-server host 10.1.1.1
        bti7800(config-host-10.1.1.1)# commit 
        Commit complete. 
        bti7800(config-host-10.1.1.1)# exit 
        bti7800(config)#  
      2. Repeat until you have configured all trap receivers.
      3. Display the trap receivers.

        For example:

        bti7800(config)# do show snmp host
        Target-Name   IP-Address   Port   TimeOut-Value   Retry-Count   Tag-List
        ------------- ------------ ------ --------------- ------------- --------
        10.1.1.1 v2   10.1.1.1     162    1500            3             std_v2_t
        10.2.2.2 v2   10.2.2.2     162    1500            3             std_v2_t

    Modified: 2017-04-13