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SNMP defaults

Does a router 2800 would responde to a SNMP GET/SET?

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Re: SNMP defaults

Not by default. You would need to configure an SNMP read-write community string at the very least for the router to respond to both SNMP GETs and SETs. For example:

snmp-server community private RW

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Cisco Employee

Re: SNMP defaults

Not by default. You would need to configure an SNMP read-write community string at the very least for the router to respond to both SNMP GETs and SETs. For example:

snmp-server community private RW

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Re: SNMP defaults

Thank you very much that is it....

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