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Old Unix and Linux 08-10-2017   -   Original Discussion by mpg
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Snmp3 in AIX 7.1

I am using snmp3. How do I know whether ''Community'' is Read-Only, if not how do I change it to Read-Only ?


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 DEVB1:/> oslevel
7.1.0.0
  
 DEVB1:/>  ls -l /usr/sbin/snmpd
lrwxrwxrwx    1 root     system            9 Apr 10 16:21 /usr/sbin/snmpd -> snmpdv3ne
  
 DEVB1:/>  grep COMM /etc/snmpdv3.conf
# COMMUNITY
COMMUNITY public    public     noAuthNoPriv 0.0.0.0     0.0.0.0


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Old Unix and Linux 08-11-2017   -   Original Discussion by mpg
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I am using snmp3. How do I know whether ''Community'' is Read-Only, if not how do I change it to Read-Only ?
You were already on the right track: /etc/snmpdv3.conf is the configuration file for the snmpd. Note, that the MIB itself is another file (also found in /etc).

A word of caution, though: HACMP relies - through the RSCT framework - heavily on SNMP and if this is a cluster be very careful: you might render a working cluster not working any more.

I hope this helps.

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