The man pages show that we can specify the engineID by "-engineID" option.
But it also said that it can change during protocol operations. According to
you, while creating the session, we can pass some engineID and that is the
engineID for that snmp session. It would be helpfull if I know what is the
format I have to use for engineID.
#From: Juergen Schoenwaelder [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
#Sent: Monday, May 22, 2000 11:07 AM
#To: Sanapoori, Hari
#Subject: Re: [tkined] Traps/Informs in SNMPv3
#>>>>> Sanapoori, Hari writes:
#Hari> I am trying to verify whether the recent snapshot has the SNMPv3
#Hari> traps/inform support. I searched the mailing list, and came to
#Hari> know that, the snmpv3 listener will not drop any traps. It will
#Hari> just call the callback function where user wants to disgard the
#Hari> unwanted traps. But the problem is...
#Hari> I have to specify in my agent to send traps to this distination
#Hari> in this version. For that I need the engineID of the snmp
#Hari> listener entity. So, my question is how we can get the engine ID
#Hari> of the SNMPv3 Manager entity we are running in the host? I hope
#Hari> somebody might have solution for this question and any help is
#I think you can configure the engineID by using the -engineID session
#configuration option. So you can pick an engineID value which is not
#dynamic. (I did not test this - so I might be missing something here.)
-- !! This message is brought to you via the `tkined & scotty' mailing list. !! Please do not reply to this message to unsubscribe. To subscribe or !! unsubscribe, send a mail message to <email@example.com>. !! See http://wwwsnmp.cs.utwente.nl/~schoenw/scotty/ for more information.
This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 : Mon Jan 08 2001 - 15:27:44 MET