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SNMP Setting The Device provides SNMP setting for community and trap information.   Enable SNMP agent  ( )   Enable SNMP Trap  ( ) SNMP Community In the context of SNMP, a relationship between an agent and a set of SNMP managers defines security characteristics. The community concept is a local one, defined at the agent. The agent establishes one community for each desired combination of authentication, access control, and proxy characteristics. Each community is given a unique (within this agent) community name, and the management stations within that community are provided with and must employ the community name in all get operations. The agent may establish a number of communities, with overlapping management station membership. No. Community Access Valid 1  (public) Read Write  (Read)  ( ) 2  (private) Read Write  (Read)  ( ) 3  ( ) Read Write  ( )  ( ) 4  ( ) Read Write  ( )  ( ) 5  ( ) Read Write  ( )  ( ) SNMP Trap In the context of SNMP, an unsolicited message can be sent by an agent to management station. The purpose is to notify the management station of some unusual event. No. IP Address Community Version 1 . . .  (0.0.0.0)  ( ) Disabled V1 V2c  (Disabled) 2 . . .  (0.0.0.0)  ( ) Disabled V1 V2c  (Disabled) 3 . . .  (0.0.0.0)  ( ) Disabled V1 V2c  (Disabled) 4 . . .  (0.0.0.0)  ( ) Disabled V1 V2c  (Disabled) 5 . . .  (0.0.0.0)  ( ) Disabled V1 V2c  (Disabled)  
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