You have to configure your snmp agent. File name is snmpd.conf, should be in
Here's the lines you may want to insert. Please, note I think you'd have to
comment your old lines.
It's an open environment. This may implie some security risk.
What'r the risks for having an open SNMP like this ?
You should at least change public with a name of your own.
I'm using these lines in my intermal network, and I'm using firewall to prevent
so I don't care about this public configuration.
May this be somehow critical for security?
Again, here's the lines:
com2sec mynetwork 10.16.160.0/24 public
group MyROGroup v1 mynetwork
view all included .1 80
access MyROGroup "" any noauth exact all none none
> Hello !
> I am trying to setup SNMP on my linuxbox, so that I can see the number of
> bytes going in&out on each adapter. So I started snmpd, and ran a "snmpwalk
> localhost public". But this doesn't give any information about the
> Where should I make some changes to see these particular statistics ??
> Thanks a LOT !!! :-)))