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Cisco Pix SNMP config

Posted on 2006-06-09
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I am setting up MRTG to monitor my networking hardware. What line or lines do I need to add into the PIX config so that I can pull snmp data. The ip of the server housing MRTG is 192.168.82.210
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Enter the following:

snmp-server community <string>
snmp-server host inside 192.168.82.210 poll

Where <string> in the community. 'public' is default and highly advise to change it to something else
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I'm also trying to setup snmp I have configured as directed above but no data is sent to the server.
Any Ideas?
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krmis,
Since this question will be locked in just a few days, how about posting a new Question and link to it here so I can find it?
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I winded up changing the community to public and it worked when I tried to set it up using different community string it worked. So I think I got it for now. thanks
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