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Where is the SNMP community string defined on an AIX system?

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It has been a while, and I don't have my book with me, so could someone remind me where on an AIX system I can find the SNMP configuration file containing the community string?
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Hi,

check with

ls -l /usr/sbin/snmpd

If you see this:

/usr/sbin/snmpd -> snmpdv3ne

then the config is in /etc/snmpdv3.conf

If you just see

/usr/sbin/snmpd

(rather improbable), then the config is in /etc/snmpd.conf

Have fun!

wmp
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