I don't think there is a default rate-limiter for SNMP.
There are some built-in rate-limiters for the data plane to limit user traffic packets punted to main cpu:
The PFC3 and DFC3 provide hardware support for CoPP. CoPP works with the PFC3 rate limiters.
The PFC3 supports the built-in "special case" rate limiters that can be used when an ACL cannot classify particular scenarios, such as IP options cases, TTL and MTU failure cases, packets with errors, and multicast packets. When enabling the special-case rate limiters, the special-case rate limiters override the CoPP policy for packets matching the rate-limiter criteria.
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