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Hi,

I have just installed net-snmp-5.1.1.rh72 rpm on my linux box. Now how do i change the community names? I can't find snmpd.conf file on the system though the snmpd is running, but the snmpd status does not return any value, funny?


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Ravi
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/etc/snmp/snmp.conf
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if oyu can't find the file as owensleftfood said, then create one
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