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How do i configure SNMP on CentOS 5.6 via command line?
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You open /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf and enable the
com2sec local localhost community_name
com2sec mynetwork iprange anothercommunity_name.

you then start /etc/init.d/snmpd start.


or are you talking using snmptset to alter snmp alterable settings?
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#yum install snmpd
open file /etc/snmpd/snmpd.conf and add the following

rocommunity  your_community_srting.name
syslocation  "Server Location"
syscontact  your@mail.com

If you want to monitor Disk usage, add the following
disk /
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