s.macmullen at ry.com
Tue Jan 21 11:31:00 CST 2003
From: Joshua_Giles at dell.com [mailto:Joshua_Giles at dell.com]
> >>What do I have to do to /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf to get
> UCD-SNMP to see the
> Server Agent? Or >>should it "just work" once the Server
> Agent is running?
> To allow Server Administrator to "connect" to the SNMP
> agent(ucd or net),
> you will have to add the "smuxpeer" option to snmpd.conf.
> Basically, Server
> Agent uses SMUX(subagent) to interact with SNMP. The option
> looks like
> "smuxpeer .220.127.116.11.4.1.674.10892.1"
> 10892 is Dell's IANA assigned enterprise number.
> The "smuxpeer" option enables interaction with a SMUX subagent.
> In order to recieve view the Dell subtree you've got to
> create a "view" and give access to it. `man` is your friend.
Thank you very much. This was just the sort of information I was looking for. I was just having trouble working out which bit of TFM to R...
Incidentally, I've now got the om* command line tools working on Debian (by the expedient of installing to a Red Hat partition, and then copying /usr/lib/dell across and making a few symlinks - it's just the installation script that doesn't work. Could Dell be persuaded to make these tools available in a tar file of /usr/lib/dell? I know you can download a tar file already, but that contains the same as the CD and needs Red Hat to run the installation script.
Thanks again, Simon
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