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S1720GFR, S2700, S5700, and S6720 V200R010C00 Web-based Configuration Guide

This document describes the configuration and maintenance of device through the web network management system. The web network management system provides the functions of viewing device information and managing the entire system, interfaces, services, ACL, QoS, routes, security, and tools.
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Example for Configuring SNMP

Example for Configuring SNMP

Networking Requirements

An enterprise has purchased a new switch. To manage the switch using the NMS on the live network, the administrator needs to configure the SNMP service on the switch. As shown in Figure 2-347, the enterprise's network is large, and the NMS and switch are connected through the public network; therefore, the enterprise's network is not secure. The administrator intends to use SNMPv3 to implement communication between the NMS and switch.

Figure 2-347  Configuring SNMPv3 to implement communication between the NMS and switch

Configuration Description

Before configuring SNMP, complete the following tasks:

  • Ensure that a reachable route exists between the switch and NMS. The configuration procedure is not provided.
  • Configure SNMPv3 on the switch to be managed by the NMS running SNMPv3.
  • Configure access control to allow the NMS to read and write the iso view of the switch.
  • Configure a user group and user. When the switch is added to the NMS, the switch authenticates the NMS using the user group and user.
  • Configure a trap host and enable the switch to actively send traps to the NMS.
  • Configure the NMS according to the NMS manual so that the NMS can manage SNMP-enabled switch. The configuration procedure is not provided.

Procedure

  • Set global SNMP parameters.
    1. Choose System Management > SNMP in the navigation tree to open the SNMP Global Settings page, as shown in Figure 2-348.

      Set the parameters as follows:

      • Select Enable for SNMP agent.
      • Select v3 for SNMP version.

      Retain the default values for other parameters.

      Figure 2-348  SNMP Global Settings

    2. Click Apply and click OK in the displayed dialog box.
  • Create a MIB view.
    1. Choose System Management > SNMP > MIB View to open the MIB View page.
    2. Click Create to open the Create MIB View page, as shown in Figure 2-349.

      Set the parameters as follows:

      • Fill isoview in View name.
      • Select Include for Rule.
      • Fill iso into MIB subtree name/OID.
      Figure 2-349  Create MIB View

    3. Click Add to add the rule, as shown in Figure 2-350.

      Figure 2-350  Add rules list

    4. Click OK to complete MIB view configuration.
  • Configure group management.
    1. Choose System Management > SNMP > Community/Group Management to open the Community/Group Management page.
    2. Click Create in Group to open the Create Group page, as shown in Figure 2-351.

      Set the parameters as follows:

      • Fill group001 into Group name.
      • Select Non-authentication and non-encryption for Security level.
      • Select isoview for Read-only MIB view.
      • Select isoview for Read-write MIB view.
      • Select isoview for Notification MIB view.
      • Retain the default value of ACL name.
      Figure 2-351  Create Group

    3. Click OK to complete group configuration.
    4. Click Create in User to open the Create User page, as shown in Figure 2-352.

      Set the parameters as follows:

      • Fill user001 into User name.
      • Retain the default value of Security level.
      • Fill group001 into Group name.
      • Retain the default value of ACL name.
      Figure 2-352  Create User

    5. Click OK to complete user configuration.
  • Configure trap.
    1. Choose System Management > SNMP > Trap Settings to open the Trap Settings page, as shown in Figure 2-353.

      Set the parameters as follows:

      • Select Enable for SNMP trap.
      • Retain the default value for Source interface that sends traps.
      Figure 2-353  Trap Settings

    2. Click Apply to complete the configuration.
    3. Click Create in Trap Target Host to open the Create Trap Target Host page, as shown in Figure 2-354.

      Set the parameters as follows:

      • Fill 192.168.1.10 into Target host IP.
      • Fill 55535 into Target host UDP port.
      • Select v3 for Trap version.
      • Fill user001 into User name.
      • Select Non-authentication and non-encryption for Security level.
      Figure 2-354  Create Trap Target Host

    4. Click OK to complete trap target host configuration.
    5. Click in the navigation tree and click OK in the displayed dialog box.

Result

Perform the following operations on the NMS according to the NMS manual: set the SNMP version to SNMPv3, set user group name to group001 and user name to user001, and set the SNMP connection port number to 161 (default port used by the switch). Set the trap receiving port number to 55535 so that the NMS can receive traps from the switch.

After the preceding configurations are complete, the NMS can manage the switch and receive traps from the switch.

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Updated: 2019-04-18

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