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FusionInsight HD 6.5.0 Software Installation 02

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Configuring a Northbound Interface (over SNMP)

Configuring a Northbound Interface (over SNMP)

Scenarios

Integrate alarm and monitoring data of FusionInsight Manager to the network management system (NMS) using the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

Procedure

  1. Log in to FusionInsight Manager.
  2. Click System.
  3. In Interconnection, click SNMP.

    The default value of SNMP Service is off. If you set SNMP Service to , the SNMP service is started.

  4. On the displayed page, set SNMP parameters listed in Table 5-9:

    Table 5-5 Description of SNMP parameters

    Parameter

    Description

    Version

    Specifies the version of the SNMP protocol, which can be:

    • V2C: an earlier version of SNMP with low security
    • V3: the latest version of SNMP with higher security than SNMPv2c

    SNMPv3 is recommended.

    Local Port

    Specifies the local port number. The default value is 20000. The value ranges from 1025 to 65535.

    Read-only community

    Specifies the read-only community name. This parameter is valid when Version is set to V2C.

    Read-write community

    Specifies the write community name. This parameter is valid when Version is set to V2C.

    Security Username

    Specifies the SNMP security username. This parameter is valid when Version is set to V3.

    Auth Protocol

    Specifies the authentication protocol. You are advised to set this parameter to SHA. This parameter is valid when Version is set to V3.

    Auth Passphrase

    Specifies the authentication key. This parameter is valid when Version is set to V3.

    Confirm Auth Passphrase

    Used to confirm the authentication key. This parameter is valid when Version is set to V3.

    Privacy Protocol

    Specifies the encryption protocol. You are advised to set this parameter to AES256. This parameter is valid when Version is set to V3.

    Privacy Passphrase

    Specifies the encryption key. This parameter is valid when Version is set to V3.

    Confirm Privacy Passphrase

    Used to confirm the encryption key. This parameter is valid when Version is set to V3.

    NOTE:
    • Security Name cannot contain repeated character strings whose length is a common factor of 64 (1, 2, 4, or 8), for example, abab and abcdabcd.
    • The length of the values of Auth Passphrase and Privacy Passphrase is 8 to 16 characters. At least three types of uppercase letters, lowercase letters, digits, and special characters are contained. The passwords must be different. The passwords cannot be the same as the security username or reverse security username.
    • For the sake of security, periodically change the values of Auth Passphrase and Privacy Passphrase parameters when the SNMP protocol is used.
    • When SNMP v3 is used, a security user will be locked if authentication fails for five consecutive times in 5 minutes and will be unlocked 5 minutes later.

  5. Click Add Trap Target under Trap Targets, and set the following parameters in the Add Trap Target dialog box that is displayed:

    • Target Symbol: Specifies the ID of the Trap target, generally the ID of the network management or host that receives Trap. The value consists of 1 to 255 characters, including letters or digits.
    • Target IP: Specifies the target IP address. The value of this parameter can be set to an IP address of A, B, or C class and can communicate with the IP address of the management plane on the management node.
    • Target Port: Specifies the port that receives Trap. The value of this parameter must be that same as that on the peer end and ranges from 0 to 65535.
    • Trap community: Specifies the trap community name. This parameter is valid when Version is set to V2C.

    Click OK to finish the settings and exit the Add Trap Target dialog box.

  6. Click Submit.
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Updated: 2019-05-17

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