Snmp Tools Linux

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a standard protocol that is used to monitor, monitor and network device management. SNMP port 161 is working on and running a daemon/service, general networking equipment currently supports SNMP as Managable Switch/Router, Access Point, etc. SNMP can also be installed on node computers connected in a network of both windows as well as linux. The SNMP service can be monitored using the path already applications SNMP client on another computer like PRTG, or OpManager.

This time I will try to share about SNMP installation and configuration on Centos. The first stage of SNMPD install on centos with the following command:
yum -y install net-snmp net-snmp-utils

wait until the installation is complete, the next configuration snmpd to be accessible by the client.
nano /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf

The default configuration of the snmpd.conf can be used, it's just for a specific need (in my case) we need to see the whole system. Edit and verify that the following line exists and is configured:
view allview included .1.3.6
access notConfigGroup "" any noauth exact allview none none

When it is finished, restart the service and make the service snmp active every boot.
service snmpd restart
chkconfig snmpd on

If we can do that with linux server monitoring various snmp client. I usually use OpManager. Screenshotnya following

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