Media Flow Controller Web-Based Interface : System Config Tab : System Config > SNMP

System Config > SNMP
Configure SNMP server options. In Release 2.0.2, there is no support for SNMP v3.
SNMP Configuration
Enable SNMP and set SNMP authentication parameters. See Figure 46.
Enable SNMP—Enable the SNMP server. Un-check to disable; this stops serving SNMP variables and the sending of SNMP traps.
Enable Communities—Enable or disable (by un-checking) community-based authentication on this system. If disabled, the community configured is ignored.
Enable Traps—Enable or disable (by un-checking) sending SNMP traps from this system. The SNMP server must be enabled first. See snmp traps for details.
Sys Contact—Set the syscontact variable served from the System MIB in MIB-II.
Sys Location—Set the syslocation variable served from the System MIB in MIB?II.
Read-Only Community—Set a name for read-only (ro) SNMP requests; this means only queries are performed. In Release 2.0.2 only SNMP ro is supported.
Default Trap Community—The string used if no specific string has been set for the trap.
Click Apply to complete SNMP configuration, Cancel to revert to existing configuration. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Figure 46 System Config > SNMP Page Detail (SNMP Configuration)
SNMP v3 admin user
Not supported in Release 2.0.2.
Trap Sinks
View, Remove, Enable, and/or Disable trap sinks; trap sinks are created enabled. An SNMP “trap” is an unsolicited message issued by a managed device to the management station; a “trap sink” is where the trap is sent. See Figure 47. See snmp traps events for details.
Figure 47 System Config > SNMP Page Detail (Trap Sinks)
Add New Trap Sink
Add hosts to receive traps. See Figure 48.
Trap Sink IP—Add hosts to receive SNMP traps.
Community—Specify which community of traps to send to this host; default is "public."
Trap Type—Specify the SNMP version of traps to send to this host; choices are v1 or v2c.
Click Add New Trap Sink to complete adding the new trap sink. Click Save at the top of the page to make changes persistent across reboots.
Figure 48 System Config > SNMP Page Detail (Add New Trap Sink)

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