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snmp configuration on Esxi 5.0 /5.1/5.5

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any difference to configure snmp on Esxi 5.0,5.1 and 5.5

how can we configure  and verify if SNMP has been configured properly ?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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Configuration of SNMP for 5.x is the same.

To check if it has been configured correctly, you will need to test it, and compare the values.

test using, this is using the vicfg-snmp.pl command from the Remote CLI or vSphere CLI. There have been issues in ensuring you get the correct version downloaded, for different versions of ESXi.

vicfg-snmp.pl --server hostname --username username --password password --test

see here

VMware KB: Configuring SNMP Traps in ESXi/ESX
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let me try,thanks
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