1a- This is to assign the chassis serial# in the device config especially for routers so that when you poll the router chassis serial #, you get the correct value. See the tech tip for further details on this:
1b- It's not system generated, though if you don't specify this in the config, the output of 'sh snmp' command that lists the chassis field may show some number which will not match with the actual chassis serial #
2a- Is used to configure a name for either the local or remote SNMP engine on the router. See the IOS command reference for more details.
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