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How to configure routers remotely

Hi Experts,

I recall using some of Cisco's tools where it required me to enter the SNMP RW and enable password to manage core switches similar to a 4507.  With this tool, I am able to set the vlan association of several ports among other things.  From a linux/unix device, is there a way like using snmpget, to run commands like "show ip wccp" for example on a remote router without having to login? 

Thanks in advance!!!

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How to configure routers remotely

Sure you can snmpwalk a device to retrieve any snmp oid values that are instrumented in the target device. It takes a bit of work to identify the right oid - typically one would research in a MIB browser to ascertain the proper OID and then do the query after having established a local copy of the MIB to help parse the query results into more human-friendly form.

That said, After a short check I was not able to find that or if Cisco has created a MIB for their implementation of WCCP. Bluecoat seems to have one for their devices - see http://ipmsupport.solarwinds.com/mibs/WCCP-MIB/tree.aspx
for example.

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

How to configure routers remotely

Sure you can snmpwalk a device to retrieve any snmp oid values that are instrumented in the target device. It takes a bit of work to identify the right oid - typically one would research in a MIB browser to ascertain the proper OID and then do the query after having established a local copy of the MIB to help parse the query results into more human-friendly form.

That said, After a short check I was not able to find that or if Cisco has created a MIB for their implementation of WCCP. Bluecoat seems to have one for their devices - see http://ipmsupport.solarwinds.com/mibs/WCCP-MIB/tree.aspx
for example.

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