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Hi have 2 boxes, one Suse Enterprise 9 running net-snmp and the other RedHat Enterprise 2.1 AS. I would like to be able to send traps to a certain destination using a certain comunity string with READ only rights but I am having a hard time finding information on how to do so, I have looked at the man pages, looked on the web but cannot find anything to help me, I have tried using the snmpsong perl script but the result is not working I am getting the following message:
/usr/share/snmp/snmp.conf: line 87: Warning: Unknown token: access.
/usr/share/snmp/snmp.conf: line 103: Warning: Unknown token: syslocation.
/usr/share/snmp/snmp.conf: line 104: Warning: Unknown token: syscontact.
/usr/share/snmp/snmp.conf: line 138: Warning: Unknown token: proc.
/usr/share/snmp/snmp.conf: line 141: Warning: Unknown token: proc.
/usr/share/snmp/snmp.conf: line 144: Warning: Unknown token: proc.
/usr/share/snmp/snmp.conf: line 202: Warning: Unknown token: exec.
/usr/share/snmp/snmp.conf: line 253: Warning: Unknown token: disk.
/usr/share/snmp/snmp.conf: line 282: Warning: Unknown token: load.
This is by configuring the SNMPD.CONF.
I am not realy familiar with Linux and I find it is frustrating to try to configure omething as simple as what I am trying to do.