I am configuring snmp so I can use the Cisco Network Assistant to monitor part of the network. I have created two communities with different names. Something like this: baycom and baycomrw. The one with read and write access is associated with an access list that permits only one host to make the changes.
I have configured my workstation with the CNA application and I connected to the read-only community but even though is read-only I can still make changes to my switches. Can someone explain why?
The default CNA setup is read/write but why is my switch allowing it if the community I am connected to is RO?
Thank your for your replies. My configuration looks like the one above. I have tested the configuration using another application since the CNA doesn't provide enough choices to configure and it worked. The application could connect to the RO community since it was open, but it couldn't connect to the RW community since it was controlled by an access list and the host I was connecting from was not part of it.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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