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Series 2: How to configure a CradlePoint Series 2 router for SNMP

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This article was written based on the 2.0.0 Series 2 firmware version.


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Description:

Use the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Settings sub-menu to enable or disable the SNMP protocol over either the LAN, WAN, or both interfaces. For security, you can also set the community names for both Get and Set SNMP requests. SNMP version 1 is currently implemented. The supported MIB is the standard RFC 1213 MIB as maintained by the IETF. Additional Cellular-router MIB elements are available through CradlePoint's WIPIPE-MIB. 



Directions:

To enable SNMP, login to the router and go to the TOOLS tab, select SNMP on the left column.

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Enable on LAN

Enable SNMP on the local LAN ports so that a local device can manage the router.

Enable on WAN
Enable SNMP on the external WAN port so that an external device can manage the router.

Get Community Name
Variable length string which allows access to read-only data within this community group. The community names should never be "public" or "private". Community names are a maximum of 15 characters long. Names should contain at least one number and one capital letter. Access to the community name should be limited to the Administrator of realms.

Set Community Name
Variable length string which allows access to read and write data within this community group. The community names should never be "public" or "private". Community names are a maximum of 15 characters long. Names should contain at least one number and one capital letter. Access to the community name should be limited to the Administrator of realms.

SNMP WAN Inbound Filter
If SNMP is enabled on the WAN port you can create a filter that allows or denies specific IP ranges to connect to the SNMP server.

Details
This shows the details of the selected Inbound Filter rule.


When you are done editing the settings, you must click the Save Settings button at the top of the page to make the changes effective and permanent.


Note: The file attached to this document is the detailed SNMP Definitions

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