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Q&A - How is SNMP configured on an ASE device?

Q&A - How is SNMP configured on an ASE device?

Question: 
How is SNMP configured on an ASE device?

 

Answer: 

With the current ( at this time) version of firmware v4.4-41, using the default configuration with the addition of a default route to allow routing to and from the switch, the ASE device will allow a MIB browser to walk the MIB.

 

Example -

To get the switch into default config -

# reload defaults keep-ip

 

In the default configuration -

 

Switch# sh run feature snmp all

Building configuration...

!

!

!

!

snmp-server

snmp-server engine-id local 800002980300...

snmp-server contact no

snmp-server location no

snmp-server community public ip-range 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 encrypted

snmp-server community private ip-range 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 encrypted

snmp-server security-to-group model v1 name public group default_ro_group

snmp-server security-to-group model v1 name private group default_rw_group

snmp-server security-to-group model v2c name public group default_ro_group

snmp-server security-to-group model v2c name private group default_rw_group

snmp-server view default_view .1 include

snmp-server access default_ro_group model any level noauth read default_view

snmp-server access default_rw_group model any level noauth read default_view write default_view

!

 

The default community strings of public and private are configured.

 

To troubleshoot, verify the switch can ping the SNMP browser and the browser is using the ASE device IP address , default port of 161, and the correct community strings.

The MIB's for the SDX 8110 / NV1560 are again available at www.adtran.com/mibs. 
They are now under the ADTRAN product line.

 

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