Setting Up SNMP Configuration Through the Command Line Interface (CLI) - BAR Hardware Disks

Dell EMC Data Domain 6800 and 9300 for Teradata® Setup and Configuration Guide

Product
BAR Hardware Disks
Release Date
July 2021
Content Type
Configuration
Publication ID
B035-5653-071K
Language
English (United States)
The command line interface provides an alternate method for configuring SNMP. Use the following procedure if the Data Domain webpage is not available.
  1. Access the Data Domain CLI connection.
  2. At the command prompt, type snmp add trap-host <CMIC IP Address>:162 to add the SNMP trap hosts.
  3. Confirm the addition.
  4. At the command prompt, type snmp add ro-community public to add the public community with read-only access.
  5. Confirm the addition.
  6. At the command prompt, type snmp add rw-community private to add the private community with read-write access.
  7. Confirm the addition.
  8. At the command prompt, type snmp enable to enable SNMP.

Refer to the following example.

sysadmin@barp-dd6800-2# snmp add trap-host 153.64.104.77:162
SNMP v2c Trap Hosts:
--------------------
   Trap Host       Port   Community
   -------------   ----   ---------
   153.64.104.77   162
   -------------   ----   ---------

SNMP v3 Trap Hosts:
-------------------
   Trap Host   Port   User
   ---------   ----   ----
   ---------   ----   ----

sysadmin@barp-dd6800-2# snmp add ro-community public
Community strings such as 'public' or 'private' are well-known and insecure.
                Confirm addition? (yes|no) [no]: yes
Communities or hosts already exist

The object already exists

sysadmin@barp-dd6800-2# snmp add rw-community private
Community strings such as 'public' or 'private' are well-known and insecure.
                Confirm addition? (yes|no) [no]: yes
Communities or hosts already exists

The object already exists

sysadmin@barp-dd6800-2# snmp enable