02-05-2014 11:49 AM
i wanted to control my S1500 Switch via SNMP but i only get this error message: SET failed.INFORMATION: No Access
when i enter snmp-server ? on the cli there are only this options.
community set read-only community string
context Create/Delete a context apart from default
enable Enable SNMP Traps
engine-id Engine ID of SNMP server in HEX.
group Define a User Security Model group
host Specify host address to receive SNMP notifications.
inform SNMP Inform parameters
trap SNMP Trap parameters
user User Name configuration for the USM security model
view Define an SNMPv3 MIB view
So is there a way to control my S1500 Switch via SNMP? Or what have i done wrong..
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02-05-2014 11:57 AM
No Mobility Access Switch (S1500, S2500, S3500) supports SNMP Write and there are no plans to support it. Same is true of Mobility Controllers too.
02-05-2014 02:15 PM
Oh, that is remarkable. It is very common for switching vendors to support SNMP write. This can be very useful in use cases like:
- Enable/disable a certain port via SNMP
- Enable/disable PoE for a certain port via SNMP
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