In brief, community "CalyPSo" is a RO (Read Only) and only "126.96.36.199" can use it (50 in the end of the snmp command matches on ACL 50), the same goes for "NewLife", but for "Cr1ck3T" it is RW (read / write) and only addresses mathced by ACL 53 can use it (note that ACL 53 is not defined) and so on, the syntax is:
snmp-server community [ro | rw] [accesslist allowing access with this community string]
snmp-server host 188.8.131.52 CalyPSo --> This sends any and all SNMP traps the router sends to host 184.108.40.206 using the CalyPSo community.
Accordingly the 2 commands "snmp-server community CalyPSo RO 50" and "snmp-server host 220.127.116.11 CalyPSo" are independant, as the first sends snmp traps to "18.104.22.168", while the second enables the community "CalyPSo RO" to be used to grab snmp (and the 50 restricts that only "22.214.171.124" can use this community)
NOTE: Community strings act somewhat like passwords.
NOTE: There can be several community strings, and that each one may grant different forms of access
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