I am trying to change SNMPv2 community string on 6509 remotely, without using expect script. I tried EEM applet (we cannot use TCL scripts), but it does not work.
EEM command "action 10 info snmp oid 126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52 get-type exact" is supposed to store the result into an environment variable. It does not. Or at least not in the one that is documented. Is it a bug? We have IOS 12.2(17r)SX5. To get EEM version i ran "sh event manager version" and got "eem: (v240_throttle) 2.21.32". Does it mean i have EEM version 2.21?
The reason I asked about storing the variable (Ex. snmp) is that. I am trying to compare the snmp value between the previous triggered event and the current triggered event. I think I need to store a valiable to do it. Would you recommend any way to do so
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