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tkmib(1)							     Net-SNMP								  tkmib(1)

tkmib - an interactive graphical MIB browser for SNMP SYNOPSIS
Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) provides a framework for exchange of the management information between the agents (servers) and clients. The Management Information Bases (MIBs) contain a formal description of a set of network objects that can be managed using the SNMP for a particular agent. tkmib is a graphical user interface for browsing the MIBs. It is also capable of sending or retrieving the SNMP management information to/from the remote agents interactively. V5.7.2 16 Nov 2006 tkmib(1)

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snmpsetup(8n)															     snmpsetup(8n)

       snmpsetup - set up the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Agent


       The command is an interactive facility for configuring the ULTRIX SNMP Agent.  When your system is configured as an SNMP Agent certain net-
       work parameters can be monitored or managed by a Network Management Station (NMS).

       The command also allows you to configure Extended ULTRIX SNMP Agents.  Extended Agents are user-defined daemons that allow you  to  specify
       private network parameters to be monitored or managed by the NMS.

       Before  you  invoke  the network must be up and running, your host must have a name, and you must know the Internet Protocol address of any
       NMSs that you want to have monitor or manage your system.

       You can run while in multiuser mode, but you must be root or superuser.

       To invoke

       # snmpsetup

       The following error messages are issued by

       snmpsetup must be run by root
       snmpsetup: need /etc/rc
       snmpsetup: need /etc/snmpd.conf
       snmpsetup: non-interactive mode not currently supported
       snmpsetup: network must be setup before running snmpsetup
       snmpsetup: terminated with no installations made

       SNMP configuration file

       File that controls automatic reboot

See Also
       snmpext(3n), snmpd.conf(5n), snmpd(8n)
       Guide to Networking

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