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Re: Addig more information to snmp replies on OpenBSD
/etc/snmpd.conf (man snmpd.conf)
Look at the 'com2sec', 'group', 'view' and 'access' directives (I assume
your running snmpV1.)
> I setting up cricket to do some monitoring of various machines on my
> network. Some of these are OpenBSD machines. I've installed the snmp
> port on one of them for testing.
> When I run cricket's systemPerfConf.pl against that machine it only
> generates 3 possible targets. For comparison, run against a FreeBSD
> machine this generates 33 targets.
> I'm fairly certain what I'm running into here is OpenBSD's "off by
> default" philosophy. So, where can I go to turn on more responses?
> For example disk I/O rates?