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AP350 SNMP admin string in tftp boot file

Hello,

We wish to specify the SNMP admin community string in the tftpboot configuration file for an AP350 running VxWorks OS.

What is the syntax to use as it is not apparent from the command line help.

Ian

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Blue

Re: AP350 SNMP admin string in tftp boot file

Not sure what you mean above, but are you trying to change the bootconfigReadINI on the AP?

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Re: AP350 SNMP admin string in tftp boot file

Hello,

My previous post seems to have gone missing.

I mean that I wish to change the ini file on the tftpboot sevrer so that the SNMP admin string is common to all devices.

What is the syntax to specify it in the ini file.

For example, the trap receivers can be set as :

snmpTrapDest=

snmpTrapCommunity=

and I wish to use the same type of syntax for the SNMP Admin community.

If I need to open a TAC case as this information could be security sensitive, I am quite prepared to do this.

Rgds,

Ian.

Blue

Re: AP350 SNMP admin string in tftp boot file

No, this portion is hidden (suppressed in the ini config) and is not displayed in the ini file ouput due to security reasons. You don't want people to grab the whole config and see what users admin etc are configured on the AP. So, what you're looking for is not possible.

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Re: AP350 SNMP admin string in tftp boot file

Hi,

Thanks for the reply, but is it possible to use some form of syntax in the INPUT ini file.

I understand why it is not dumped when you download the config.

Rgds,

Ian

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Re: AP350 SNMP admin string in tftp boot file

Hi,

Here is the syntax you need for the input .ini file :

userMgrUserName.1=admin

userMgrPassword.1=public

userMgrCapabilities.1=31

Other examples:

userMgrUserName.2=SNMP1

userMgrPassword.2=private

userMgrCapabilities.2=31

Note that .1 or .2 are arbitary index numbers and could be .10, .20 etc ...

Rgds,

Ian

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