Configuring Global SNMP Communities in the SRC Software (SRC CLI)

You can configure global default SNMP communities that are used if a VR does not exist on the router or if the community strings have not been configured for the VR.

Use the following configuration statements to configure global default SNMP communities:

shared sae configuration driver snmp {read-only-community-string read-only-community-string; read-write-community-string read-write-community-string;}

To configure global default SNMP communities:

  1. From configuration mode, access the statements that configure default SNMP communities.
    user@host# edit shared sae configuration driver snmp
  2. Configure the default SNMP community string used for read access to the router.
    [edit shared sae configuration driver snmp] user@host# set read-only-community-string read-only-community-string
  3. Configure the default SNMP community string used for write access to the router.
    [edit shared sae configuration driver snmp] user@host# set read-write-community-string read-write-community-string
  4. (Optional) Verify your configuration.
    [edit shared sae configuration driver snmp]
    user@host# show 
    read-only-community-string ********;
    read-write-community-string ********;

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