[CentOS] SNMP and MIB
centos at unixplanet.biz
Mon Oct 22 14:47:19 UTC 2007
Thanks for help.
I was able to install srvadmin-base on my server, and added following
lines on snmp.conf
rwcommunity <comunityname> <monitor ip address>
view all included .1
But still can not browse Dell OID with following command.
snmpwalk -Of -v 1 -c public 127.0.0.1 188.8.131.52.4.1.674
snmpwalk -Of -v 1 -c public 127.0.0.1 184.108.40.206.4.1 is returning
informaiton but not 647 OID.
Thanks for help
Jeff Larsen wrote:
> On 10/19/07, Centos <centos at unixplanet.biz> wrote:
>> has any one is using Dell OpenManage on Centos ?
> We use Dell OpenManage on Centos 4.5. First you have to trick the
> OpenManage software (and installer) into thinking you have RHEL. For
> v4 you add "Nahant" to the end of line of text in /etc/redhat-release.
> Nahant is the code name for RHEL4 and Dell software looks for it to
> know what type of system you are running.
> Then you need to add a few lines to your snmpd.conf:
> rwcommunity <comunityname> <monitor ip address>
> view all included .1
> smuxpeer .220.127.116.11.4.1.674.10892.1
> Where <communityname> is a name of your choosing and <monitor ip
> address> is the IP address of the machine that will be querying SNMP.
> Make sure to use the same community name in your Dell Server Assistant
> discovery configuration.
> It's all in the documentation (except for the Nahant trick).
> Good luck,
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