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Fat AP and Cloud AP V200R010C00 Command Reference

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display snmp-agent community

display snmp-agent community

Function

The display snmp-agent community command displays the configured community name.

Format

display snmp-agent community { read | write }

Parameters

Parameter Description Value
read Displays the name of a read-only community. The parameter is specified using the snmp-agent community command. -
write Displays the name of a read-write community. The parameter is specified using the snmp-agent community command. -

Views

All views

Default Level

3: Management level

Usage Guidelines

When configuring a management entity, you can use the display snmp-agent community command to check the community name configured on the current agent.

You have to configure the community name using the snmp-agent community command before you run the display snmp-agent community command.

Example

# Display the current read-only community name.
<Huawei> display snmp-agent community read
   Community name: %^%#6u0VAI#lQUmtm;LhaqHM,"g`Ox#+#O"++H5v/3104^2K"gc,E8##H_4vM3&nGV:EY1$(gl,"%^%# 
   Storage type: nonVolatile
   View name: ViewDefault
   Acl: 2001 

   Total number is 1
Table 28-1  Description of the display snmp-agent community read command output

Item

Description

Community name

Name of a community.

Storage type

Data storage type. The system supports the following five storage types:
  • volatile: Lines are saved in the volatile storage medium and are lost after the device restarts. Objects with storage type volatile cannot be changed to readOnly or permanent.
  • nonVolatile: Lines are saved in the nonvolatile storage medium such as Non Volatile Random Access Memory (NVRAM) and can be restored after the device restarts. Objects with storage type nonVolatile cannot be changed to readOnly or permanent.
  • permanent: Permanent lines are saved in the nonvolatile storage medium such as Read-only Memory (ROM). They can be modified but cannot be deleted. Rowstatus objects with storage type permanent cannot be modified.
  • readOnly: Read-only lines are saved in the nonvolatile storage medium such as ROM. They cannot be modified or deleted. Rowstatus objects with storage type readOnly cannot be modified.
  • other: other storage types.

In practice, the device generally uses only the nonVolatile type.

View name

Name of a view.

Acl

Number of the ACL configured for the community.

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Updated: 2019-11-21

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