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(NNMi) Support Tip: How to configure the HP-UX Emanate SNMP Agent for v3 access

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The hp-ux native Emanate SNMP agent is pre-installed on most hp-ux servers. By default, the Emanate SNMP agent is not configered to accept SNMP v3 requests. The system administrator needs to enable the Emanate Agent configuration for SNMP v3. This document shows how to configure the native hp-ux Emanate SNMP Agent for SNMP v3 access and to send SNMP v3 traps:

 

http://support.openview.hp.com/selfsolve/document/KM00668198

 

--> Procedure to create a new SNMP v3 configuration from scratch

--> Procedure to add a new v3 user to the existing SNMP v3 configuration (when configured using above method)

--> Procedure to add a new user to existing SNMP v3 including new trap destinations

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Chan
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Re: NNMi Support Tip: How to configure the HP-UX Emanate SNMP Agent for v3 access

unable to access the document 
i am getting error as don't have permissions

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Dave Young Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: NNMi Support Tip: How to configure the HP-UX Emanate SNMP Agent for v3 access

Hi Chan,

  You should now be able to see the document. 

  All the best

Dave Y

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