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SNMP Tutorial[1]

SNMP Tutorial[1]

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SNMP Tutorial
Due to the staggering amount of users asking the same SNMP questions, i have made this tutorial in order to better help the average users understanding of the Simple Network Management Protocol, and the programs that act asagents to this protocol. For the most part SNMP Admin 1.8 will be the software we deal with the, but for advancedoptions we will cover a few other programs. Ok first lets get started with identifying snmp admin's main functions.
Mass Get
is the first button on the top left hand side of the application, andit is used to start the agent retrieving snmp data from the specified modemsin your desired hfc ip range. This is the last step in using this program.
Export List
is used to export the data you have retrieved. The information will be saved in html format and can later be manually opened and changed to a txtfile.
Community Name
is a security feature used by isps. It is a string thatidentifies modems in the isps snmp. While most of the strings are public someare also private and the absence of a string denotes disabling of snmp.
Object Identifier
or its acronym OID is the value box where you can manually add identifiers thatwill pull unique information from your snmp scan. you may add as many as youlike. Some oids wont work with certain modems and certain isps.
Add OID/Remove OID
these are used to add and remove oid’s.
HFC IP Range
is the address range of the scan you want to perform.
Add Range/Remove Range
is the field where you can view the selected range, add more ranges, or remove ranges.
is the box value in which you will be sending requests. The default port is 161 and is the only port youshould be using. (161 snmp agent/ 162 snmp traps)Having covered a few basic options we can now start covering these options a little bit more in detail. Now lets start by seeing if you have snmp access. You can do this many ways. One is to download you defaultconfig from your tftp server. The tutorial for this can be found hereConfiguration File Download TutorialOnce you have downloaded the config open it withDiFileCPE.exe. 
This string would be your read community string:This would be your write community string:Also if you’re a Sigma user you can dump your modems table to find out your string:

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