Network OS Administration Guide

Supporting Network OS 6.0.1a

Part Number: 53-1003768-04

Configuring SNMP server v3hosts

The snmp-server v3host command configures a SNMPv3 host by associating with the SNMP users. You execute this command in global configuration mode and RBridge ID configuration mode.

Refer to the Network OS Command Reference for complete descriptions of all the SNMPv3 server host options.

  1. Enter the configure command.
  2. Enter the snmp-server v3host command to associate the users to the host.
    switch(config)# snmp-server v3host 1050::5:600:300c:326b snmpadmin2 severity-level Info use-vrf default-vrf

    This example configures the SNMPv3 trap IPv6 host 1050:0:0:0:5:600:300c:326b associated with SNMP user "snmpadmin2" under global configuration mode with default vrf.

    switch(config-rbridge-id-1)# snmp-server v3host 10.26.3.166 snmpuser2 severity-level Info udp-port 4425
    

    This example configures the SNMPv3 trap host 10.26.3.166 associated with SNMP user "snmpuser2" under RBridge ID configuration mode.

    The global SNMPv3 host can be configured by associating with only global SNMPv3 users and the local SNMPv3 host can be configured by associating with only local SNMPv3 users. You cannot create a SNMPv3 host in global configuration by associating with the local SNMPv3 users and vice versa.

    The no snmp-server v3host command removes the SNMP server v3host from the switch configuration altogether.