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SNMP Disabled but still publishing

Posted on 2008-10-29
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Dear Experts,

I am having a slight problem of disabling SNMP on our printers. Although on the print server under each printer the box SNMP Enable is not selected somehow the printers can still be seen as public SNMP. Any suggestion how I can fully disble this printers from showing public SNMP?

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Question by:londonbjk
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Try telneting the printer and type :

snmp-config: 0

dont forget to save the changes
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