Email this to a friend
 
posted on November 9th 2015, at 10:54
by lunarg
You can quickly and easily enable SNMP on a Sonicwall for monitoring purposes. The instructions below are for SonicOS Enhanced, and has been tested on a NSA 2600 (although configuration should be similar on other models).

Log on to the Sonicwall through the web interface.

In the menu on the left, navigate to System → SNMP.

Check the Enable SNMP check box and click Accept.



Click the Configure button and verify/change the Get Community Name. By default, it is set to public. If you made changes, click OK.

By default, SNMP does not listen on any interface, so what's left is to enable it on one or more interfaces, depending on which interfaces, SNMP is required. Navigate to Network &r  ...

Send a link to this post to yourself or a friend.

Send to e-mail:
Your name:
Your e-mail:
Captcha:
Type the letters and numbers as shown.
/get/captcha/1674866503
Not readable? Get another.
 
Information entered is solely used for sending a one-time e-mail, and is not retained and/or passed on to a third party.
 
 
 
 
« January 2023»
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
1234567
891011121314
15161718192021
22232425262728
293031    
 
Links
 
Quote
« I needed a password with eight characters so I picked Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. »