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I have several servers that I would like to pull PBXnSIP information via SNMP. I have a working NMS system that I would like to use. Using the information from the WIKI SNMP document, I cannot get the desired results. I used the free version of PRTG and was able to pull the information but do not want to have to purchase additional software packages to monitor PBXnSIP. Why would I not be able to get the same information via a SNMP compliant Network Manager?

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I can get a response from pbxnsip via snmpget:


[root@nms-1 ~]# snmpget -v 1 -c public .

SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.25060.1.3 = INTEGER: 636

[root@nms-1 ~]# snmpget -v 1 -c public .

SNMPv2-SMI::enterprises.25060.1.6 = INTEGER: 11


How do I change the community string from public to something else?




It should work. Did you turn on snmp logging and see what the messages were there?

Log SNMP events: YesNo I usually set the log level to 9 and just turn on snmp and see what you get when you poll it.

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