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SNMP version

Hi!

I wanted to know - How can I determine what version of SNMP is running on my switch system. What is the command for the same?

Thanks!

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Re: SNMP version

hi

one way would be the check out whether you have defined any security model in your snmp config.

especially with this command snmp-server host .

It also depends on the ios code you are running which have the support for the different versions of SNMP.

regds

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Re: SNMP version

If you have

snmp-server community XYZ ro|rw

then you have SNMP v1 and v2c enabled

If you have

snmp-server user|group

then you probably also have SNMPv3 enabled

A 'show snmp' is useful information.

The RFCs about SNMPv3 stipulate that we can't show user configs and passwords in the viewable config so 'show snmp user' would also be useful to determine what SNMPv3 users are defined on the system.

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