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Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

Hi All,

I have this on my cat5000's and want to turn it off completely

set snmp community read-only public

set snmp community read-write private

set snmp community read-write-all secret

I cant seem to clear these community strings, but want to turn off snmp completely. Please advise.

Thanks in advance

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New Member

Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

switch(enable)clear snmp trap all

this should do the trick

Daniel,

New Member

Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

Thanks Daniel... when I do this I still have this lot in my config - does this mean that snmp is completely disabled. Thanks

set snmp community read-only public

set snmp community read-write private

set snmp community read-write-all secret

set snmp rmon disable

set snmp trap disable module

set snmp trap disable chassis

set snmp trap disable bridge

set snmp trap disable repeater

set snmp trap disable vtp

set snmp trap disable auth

set snmp trap disable ippermit

set snmp trap disable vmps

set snmp trap disable entity

set snmp trap disable config

New Member

Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

If you want to delete each of these individual entries for SNMP, you need to add the command again.

switch(enable)set snmp community read-only public

SNMP read-write community string cleared

I do not know why you cannot use the clear version of this command but this should work. You will need to do this for ALL entries.

Daniel,

New Member

Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

This doesnt make much difference to my config... weird huh... Its just a shame that the commands are different from the IOS based commands. no snmp-server

would be so much easier

Thanks

New Member

Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

Try this

switch(enable)set snmp community read-only (no value)

where as you would normally enter public (for example), leave it blank. This, will hopefully remove it from the config.

Give it a go

New Member

Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

I like it... thank you very much

New Member

Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

we got there !!!!

Daniel,

New Member

Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

ooohh, one other thing... what is the equivelant of the "copy run star" on the cat5000's

Thanks

New Member

Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

The difference between a Catalyst 5000 and an IOS based switch is that the Catalyst 5000 has no startup config. It simply has a live, running configuration that it holds on power up. All changes that you make are live, and will be retained on power down. This means that there is no version of startup config on a Catalyst 5000, 5500, 6000 or 6500. The 12000GSR do run IOS though.

Daniel,

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Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

Thanks Daniel ... thats great

New Member

Re: Turning off SNMP on the Cat 5000's

There is none... the Cat5k saves changes you make instantly.

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