For example, I will configure SNMP on Juniper MX204.
Let’s go to the configuration mode:
Let’s move on to configuring snmp:
Let’s specify the community (instead of IXNFO.COM) and the IP address of the snmp client (in my case, the Zabbix server):
set community IXNFO.COM clients 192.168.5.5/32 authorization read-only
You can also execute the command from the main configuration mode:
set snmp community IXNFO.COM clients 192.168.5.5/32 authorization read-only
If there are many SNMP client IP addresses, then create a list and indicate it when adding community:
set client-list list0 192.168.3.0/24 set client-list list0 192.168.5.5/32 set community IXNFO.COM client-list-name list0 authorization read-only
If necessary, we will indicate the rest of the data to the device:
set name "ixnfo.com" set description "TEST" set location "TEST" set contact "firstname.lastname@example.org"
Let’s check the added SNMP configuration:
Let’s check the configuration and apply:
commit check commit
After that SNMP v2 should work.
You can delete the entered command or community like this:
delete community IXNFO.COM delete community IXNFO.COM clients 192.168.5.5/32
Or just restore the previous configuration:
rollback ? rollback 0
Let’s exit the snmp hierarchy and check the snmp configuration again:
exit show snmp show | match snmp | display set
See also my article:
SNMP OID and MIB for interfaces