DOCA0106EN-09

SNMP

Description

The SNMP page allows you to set the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) settings.

The EIFE interface supports SNMP, allowing a network administrator to access remotely an EIFE interface with an SNMP manager and to view the networking status and diagnostics of the EIFE interface in the MIBII format.

The users with Installer or Engineer role can change the SNMP settings.

Navigation to the SNMP Page

To view the SNMP page, click SETTINGS > COMMUNICATION > SNMP.

SNMPV1 Agent Settings

Setting

Description

Value

Enable

Allows you to enable or disable the SNMP agent.

Listening Port

Allows you to enter listening port number at which the SNMP agent listens for network traffic.

  • Setting range: 1 -65534

  • Default setting: 161

Notification Port

Allows you to enter notification port number.

  • Setting range: 1 -65534

  • Default setting: 162

System Objects Settings

Setting

Description

System Location

Allows you to enter system location.

System Contact

Allows you to enter system contact person name.

System Name configuration mode

Allows you to select the System Name configuration mode:

  • Check Automatic Configuration of System Name to set the system name automatically.

  • Check Manual Configuration of System Name (default setting) to set manually the system name.

System Name

Allows you to enter the system name manually.

Community Names Settings

Setting

Description

Get Community Name

Allows you to enter get community name.

Set Community Name

Allows you to enter set community name.

Trap Community Name

Allows you to enter trap community name.

Enabled Traps Settings

Enabled Traps allows you to select any of the following traps, which are disabled by default:

Setting

Description

Cold Start Trap

Generates a trap when the EIFE interface is powered ON.

Warm Start Trap

Generates a trap when SNMP is enabled.

Link Down Trap

Generates a trap when an Ethernet port communication link is disconnected.

Link Up Trap

Generates a trap when an Ethernet port communication link is reconnected.

Authentication Failure Trap

Generates a trap when an SNMP manager is accessing the EIFE interface with incorrect authentication.

SNMP Managers Settings

Setting

Description

Manager#1

Allows you to enter name or IP address of SNMP manager one.

Manager#2

Allows you to enter name or IP address of SNMP manager two.

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