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SNMP RO RW clarification

If I am permitting a server RW access via snmp, will the server automatically has RO access as well? In the example below, do I need to add 172.16.32.100 to access-list 5 in order for this server to have RO access? Thanks in advance.

access-list 5 permit 10.1.1.100

access-list 6 permit 172.16.32.100

snmp-server community xxx

snmp-server community xxx

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Cisco Employee

Re: SNMP RO RW clarification

Yes, with the RW string you still have Read access to the device in addition to write access.

So if the IP has access to the RW string they can still perform operations like gets and walks.

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Cisco Employee

Re: SNMP RO RW clarification

Yes, with the RW string you still have Read access to the device in addition to write access.

So if the IP has access to the RW string they can still perform operations like gets and walks.

Community Member

Re: SNMP RO RW clarification

thank you very much

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