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Web-based Typical Configuration Examples

AR100, AR120, AR150, AR160, AR200, AR1200, AR2200, AR3200, and AR3600

This document provides examples for configuring AR router features in typical usage scenarios.
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Configuring SNMP to Enable Communication Between the Router and NMS

Configuring SNMP to Enable Communication Between the Router and NMS

Applicability

This example applies to all AR routers of all versions.

Networking Requirements

As shown in Figure 12-1, Router A connects to the NMS through GE0/0/0. The user wants to deploy SNMPv3 to ensure proper communication between the NMS and managed network device. In addition, the user wants to enable Trap so that the managed network device can send alarms to the NMS.

Figure 12-1  Network diagram for SNMP configuration

Procedure

  1. Configure global settings.
    1. Choose System Management > SNMP, as shown in Figure 12-2.

      Figure 12-2  Global Settings page

    2. In Global Settings, select Enabled next to SNMP agent.
    3. Select v3 next to SNMP version.
    4. Enter physical location of the router in the Device position text box.

      If you click Apply when Device position is left empty, the factory setting will be displayed.

    5. Enter router maintenance information in the Device maintenance information text box.

      If you click Apply when Device maintenance information is left empty, the factory setting will be displayed.

    6. Click Apply.
    7. In the Information dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  2. Create a group named admin@123.
    1. In Group/User, click Create. The page shown in Figure 12-3 is displayed.

      Figure 12-3  Creating a group

    2. Set the parameters in Figure 12-3.
    3. Click OK. The system returns to the Group/User page, showing information about the new group.
  3. Create a user named admin1.
    1. In Group/User, click Add User in the row where the group to which you want to add the user is located. The page shown in Figure 12-4 is displayed.

      Figure 12-4  Creating a user

    2. Set the parameters in Figure 12-4.
    3. Click OK. The system returns to the Group/User page, showing information about the new user.

      To view users of a group, click preceding Group Name.

  4. Enable Trap.
    1. Click the Trap Setting tab, as shown in Figure 12-5.

      Figure 12-5  Trap Setting page

    2. In Trap Setting, select Enabled next to SNMP Trap.
    3. Click the button next to Source interface that sends trap messages, and configure the source interface that sends trap messages. The page shown in Figure 12-6 is displayed.

      Figure 12-6  Select Interface page

    4. Select the source interface in either of the following ways:

      • Select the interface from the interface list.
      • Enter the interface name in the interface name text box, and click Search. Then select the interface from the interface list.

      The first method applies when there is a small number of interfaces in the interface list, while the second method applies when there is a large number of interfaces in the list.

    5. Click OK. The system returns to the Trap Setting page, and the selected interface is displayed in the Source interface that sends trap messages text box.
    6. Click Apply.
    7. In the Information dialog box that is displayed, click OK.
  5. Configure the host that sends trap messages (trap target host).
    1. In Trap Target Host, click Create. The page shown in Figure 12-7 is displayed.

      Figure 12-7  Creating a trap target host

    2. Set the parameters in Figure 12-7.
    3. Click OK. The system returns to the Trap Target Host page, showing information about the new host.
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Updated: 2019-05-20

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