SNMP Protocol

Enable SNMP on Cisco

Use Telnet or SSH to connect to your Switch, then enter the following commands to enable and configure SNMP.

conf t
snmp-server community 1qaz2wsx RO
snmp-server location Brossard 
snmp-server contact support@domain.com
snmp-server host x.x.x.x version 2c 1qaz2wsx
Note The above commands will set it to allow any IP address to make SNMP requests on the router. The « 1qaz2wsx » represent the community string and « x.x.x.x » the IP address of the remote Monitoring Server to send Traps.

 

Enable SNMP on Cisco Firewall

Use Telnet or SSH to connect to your Firewall, then enter the following commands to enable, configure SNMP.

conf t
snmp-server host <interfacename> x.x.x.x poll community 1qaz2wsx
snmp-server location Brossard
snmp-server contact support@domain.com
Note The above commands will set it to allow the IP of the Monitoring Server to make requests on the Firewall. The « 1qaz2wsx » represent the community string and « x.x.x.x » the IP address of the remote Monitoring Server, « interfacename » represent the Interface Name on which you want to allow SNMP (i.e. Internet, outside, etc…).
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