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Also, I noticed when I ran WallWatcher for a while, it really hit the little WRT-54G v1.0 hard, bogging it down and creating a ton of log entries. also: what kind of editor are you using to save that file? for network traffic, this is simple. that will make sure that it's loading the config file you want, and not an old cached version of the snmpd.conf file.

Just starting out and have a question? im using 3 pc's here ist is ipv6 pc(add-2001:468::3/64) , 2nd pc is ipv4 only (add-192.168.1.2) and 3rd one is nat-pt box which maps the ipv4 address corresponds to the ipv6 I'm at school right now so can't test. You say that your access control settings are being read in correctly?

jyavenard, Nov 13, 2011 #84 AlterEgo Networkin' Nut Member jyavenard said: ↑ Hi. Thanks. ]Dave> But shouldn't the agent have spit out an error like:Dave> /usr/local/etc/snmp/snmpd.conf: line 7: Error: bad SUBTREE object idRichard> If you are referring to before I had "dodebugging" on, No S. Please don't fill out this field.

I use DHCP and the WAN is connected to a modem-router in ppp half bridge. They actually have internal FTP/HTTP setup capability, but I want to make them accessible through my WRT-54G v1.0 and Tomato without resorting to a DMZ configuration. Well, I am a complete noob in that, so I cannot build any new builds myself. https://sourceforge.net/p/net-snmp/mailman/message/15553726/ why?

Click to expand... it grabs the binary from a web server (you'll have to upload it somewhere and replace the url to it) if needed whenever your wan interface comes up and starts the Is it command line? sysname WRT54G syslocation Network Cabinet syscontact Contact Name Haven't found any documentation for more...

  • I am using Tostman firmware due to being able to restrict bandwidth by IP/MAC.
  • Full text and rfc822 format available.
  • In the in my HOWTO mentioned "snmpd.conf" only SNMP-v1 and -v2c are used, so no.
  • If these Snap Servers support CIFS that should be no problem.
  • edit2: alright, i had it log to the syslog and fired the snmpd up via ssh: # /cifs1/sbin/snmpd -c /cifs1/sbin/snmpd.conf -sClick to expand...
  • once again: big thanks to you, bokh, for your howto.
  • However, when I try to run snmpd from the shell, it will just do nothing.
  • In fact: I've raised it to 60 some time in the past and it works like it's supposed to be, so I don't really care about it.

By joining our community you will have the ability to post topics, receive our newsletter, use the advanced search, subscribe to threads and access many other special features. David -- David Engel [email protected] Reply sent to David Engel : You have taken responsibility. syslocation Unknown (configure /etc/snmp/snmpd.local.conf) syscontact Root (configure /etc/snmp/snmpd.local.conf) # Example output of snmpwalk: # % snmpwalk -v 1 -c public localhost system # system.sysDescr.0 = "SunOS name sun4c" # system.sysObjectID.0 If you don't, you'll end up with very impressive and extremely unrealistic uptimes as seen by SNMP.

JFFS2 uses the flash memory and AFAIK it's not good to write to it on a too regular basis. check over here bokh, Aug 18, 2008 #63 nobugme Network Guru Registered 'sleep 30' shouldn't be necessary anymore, because its in the fw script, am I right? It's not created as part of "make install" >   - the configuration files don't exist. That will log which MIB files it's reading each time, and may help pin down exactly where these errors are being generated.

Dave ------------------------------------------------------- This SF.Net email is sponsored by: INetU Attention Web Developers & Consultants: Become An INetU Hosting Partner. If you've compiled the agent for yourself, then this is most likely to be in /usr/local/sbin/snmpd, so you would need to tweak the init.d script to start the correct agent. > Remember: Tomato is not running on a full blown PC with Linux and all the libraries installed. his comment is here You Get 10% Monthly Commission! > INetU Dedicated Managed Hosting http://www.inetu.net/partner/index.php > _______________________________________________ > Net-snmp-users mailing list > [email protected] > Please see the following page to unsubscribe or change other options:

but i gave reinstalled my net-snmp-5.4.2.1 on ubuntu-8.04 hardy( and its only ipv6 host, address assigned to it is 2001:468::3/64 on eth0 interface and eth1 im using for dhcp-internet connection). INetU Dedicated Managed Hosting http://www.inetu.net/partner/index.php _______________________________________________ Net-snmp-users mailing list [email protected] Please see the following page to unsubscribe or change other options: https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/net-snmp-users Previous Message by Thread: Re: Snmpwalk problem fixed > Dave Re: Snmpwalk problem fixed From: Dave Shield - 2003-06-19 08:02:47 [ First - *please* don't mail me privately, without copying any responses to the mailing list.

I've just "mv"ed a 49GB directory to a bad file path, is it possible to restore the original state of the files?

For more advanced trainees it can be a desktop reference, and a collection of the base knowledge needed to proceed with system and network administration. this effectively stops snmptrafficgrapher from erroring out somtimes. I'm about to commit a patch to stamp on such trailing dots, to prevent such problems in the future. I'm surprised (and disappointed) that such an error would break things.

Please don't fill out this field. Click Here to receive this Complete Guide absolutely free. snmpwalk -c public -v 1 localhost system Actual Results: After step 2, the following error will appear in /var/log/messages: /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf: line 54: Error: bad SUBTREE object id Step 3 will simply weblink Much simpler than anything ive read in this thread so far...Click to expand...

I've checked the code again, and it's definitely a "config_perror" call that reports this message. I'm trying to understand it in order to read the things i want but not everything. You seem to have CSS turned off. Root, or some other user?

No, thanks SourceForge Browse Enterprise Blog Deals Help Create Log In or Join Solution Centers Go Parallel Resources Newsletters Cloud Storage Providers Business VoIP Providers Call Center Providers Thanks for helping You Get 10% Monthly Commission! You can't expect people to jump around between threads to help you, it's just messy. Defaults to 0. # # The results are reported in the prTable section of the UCD-SNMP-MIB tree # Special Case: When the min and max numbers are both 0, it assumes

The requesting agent will simply see a timeout on the request. Jan 21 12:53:37 dgsworld01 daemon.err snmpd[4834]: Error opening specified endpoint "udp:161" Jan 21 12:53:37 dgsworld01 daemon.err snmpd[4834]: Server Exiting with code 1 Jan 21 12:55:06 dgsworld01 daemon.err snmpd[4843]: /cifs1/sbin/snmpd.conf: line 5: bah... Both of my download links now point to the new SNMPd / snmp.conf - PLEASE UPGRADE!

The newer versions that is. Success! Bailey–Borwein–Plouffe Iterations What could an aquatic civilization use to write on/with?