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Setting SNMP Parameters

Setting SNMP Parameters

To enable the videoconferencing network management system to manage your endpoint, configure the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) settings.

Background

Your endpoint communicates with and is remotely managed by the videoconferencing network management system using SNMP. The videoconferencing network management system implements the following:

  • Configures endpoint settings, including the H.323 and SIP.
  • Queries endpoint status.
  • Checks endpoint alarms.
  • Backs up and restores endpoint settings.
  • Upgrades the endpoint online.

Procedure

  1. Choose System Settings > Network and click the SNMP tab.
  2. Set the SNMP parameters listed in Table 1-25.

    Table 1-25  SNMP parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Setting

    Common Settings

    SNMP

    Specifies whether the videoconferencing network management system uses SNMP to manage your endpoint.

    NOTE:

    If you set this parameter to Enable, you must set other SNMP parameters.

    The default value is Enable.

    Trap server address 1

    Trap server address 2

    Trap server address 3

    Specify the IP address to which your endpoint sends traps, namely, the IP address of the computer where the videoconferencing network management system server is installed.

    NOTE:

    A trap is an unrequested message that a managed device (for example, an endpoint) sends to a trap server (for example, the SMC2.0) to report urgent and important events.

    No default value is set for this parameter.

    You can leave this parameter blank.

    Trap server port 1

    Trap server port 2

    Trap server port 3

    Specify the port number to which your endpoint sends traps, namely, the port number of the computer where the videoconferencing network management system server is installed.

    The default value is 162.

    Value range: 0-65534

    Trap version

    Version of the traps that the endpoint sends to the videoconferencing network management system through SNMP.

    The default value is v3 trap.

    Trap timeout time

    Specifies the timeout interval for traps, in seconds.

    This parameter is available only when Trap version is set to v3 inform.

    The default value is 1.

    Trap retry times

    Specifies the number of retry attempts for sending a trap.

    This parameter is available only when Trap version is set to v3 inform.

    The default value is 5.

    User name

    Specifies the user name for sending traps.

    The default value is trapinit.

    Engine ID

    Specifies the ID for sending trap packets.

    No default value is set for this parameter.

    You can leave this parameter blank.

    The ID must be a string consisting of an even number of characters ranging from 12 to 64 digits and must start with 800007DB04 followed by a hexadecimal number (consisting of 0-9, a, b, c, d, e, f, A, B, C, D, E, and F).

    Authentication protocol

    Authentication password

    Specify the authentication mode and password that your endpoint uses to send traps to the videoconferencing network management system through SNMP.

    The default value of Authentication protocol is SHA.

    Set Authentication password to the password defined on the videoconferencing network management system.

    If the two passwords are not the same, authentication fails.

    Encryption protocol

    Encryption password

    Specify the encryption protocol and password that your endpoint uses to send traps to the videoconferencing network management system through SNMP.

    If you select No encryption for Encryption protocol, traps are transmitted using plaintext.

    The default value of Encryption protocol is AES.

    Set Encryption password to a string of 48 characters or less, consisting of letters, digits, and special characters.

    SNMPv3 Authentication Information

    User name

    Specifies the user name for connecting your endpoint to the videoconferencing network management system through SNMPv3.

    The default value is v3user.

    User rights

    Specifies the user permissions of your endpoint when it connects to the videoconferencing network management system.

    • Read and write: read and write
    • Read only: read-only

    The default value is Read and write.

    Authentication protocol

    Authentication password

    Specify the authentication mode and password for connecting the videoconferencing network management system to your endpoint.

    The default value of Authentication protocol is SHA.

    When the videoconferencing network management system attempts to connect to your endpoint, Authentication protocol and New password set on your endpoint are required.

    Encryption protocol

    Encryption password

    Specify the encryption protocol and password for connecting the videoconferencing network management system to your endpoint.

    The default value of Encryption protocol is AES.

    Set Encryption password to a string of 8 to 48 characters, consisting of letters, digits, and special characters.

  3. Click Save.

    The settings take effect immediately.

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Updated: 2019-06-25

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