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    Configuring the SRC SNMP Agent (SRC CLI)

    The SRC SNMP agent obtains most of its information from the directory, but you configure the local properties that cannot be stored in the directory.

    To configure the local properties for the SRC SNMP agent:

    1. Configure general properties for the SRC SNMP agent, including trap history limit, component polling interval, and protocol log level.

      See Configuring General Properties for the SRC SNMP Agent (SRC CLI).

    2. Configure initial properties for the SRC SNMP agent, including the connection from the SRC SNMP agent to the directory and directory monitoring properties.

      See Configuring Initial Properties for the SRC SNMP Agent (SRC CLI).

      See Configuring Directory Connection Properties for the SRC SNMP Agent (SRC CLI).

      See Configuring Directory Monitoring Properties for the SRC SNMP Agent (SRC CLI).

    3. Configure logging destinations for the SRC SNMP agent.

      See Configuring Logging Destinations for the SRC SNMP Agent (SRC CLI).

    4. (Optional) Configure the Java heap memory for the SRC SNMP agent.

      See Configuring JRE Properties (SRC CLI).

    After you configure the local properties for the SRC SNMP agent, you can configure the SNMP agent. See Configuring the SRC SNMP Agent (SRC CLI).

    Modified: 2014-06-12