10BASE-T Stackable Hubs
♦ Status: determines whether this trap entry is valid or invalid. You
can delete an entry by changing its status to Invalid.
SNMP Security (Community Names)
SNMP (version 1) implements a rudimentary form of security by requiring
that each request include a community name. A community name is an
arbitrary string of characters used as a "password" to control access to the
If the hub receives a request with a community name it doesn't
recognize, it will trigger an authentication trap.
The SNMP allows up to four different community names to be defined, and
the access rights for each community can be separately set to either read only
or read/write. The community names
by default; you can change these names in addition to adding others. You
will need to coordinate these names with the community name settings you
use in your network management system.
Figure 6 -9 SNMP Manager Setting Menu
Using the Console Interface