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Wireless Manager (FortiWLM) 8.6.1 Administration Guide

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SNMP Community Management

The SNMP Community Management tab displays a table that provides a list of the clients registered with FortiWLM MEA for SNMP services. The table summarizes the following devices parameters:

Parameter

Description

Manager IP/Hostname The IP address or host name of the third-party SNMP manager device requesting for SNMP services.
Community String An authentication string in which a registered client must send SNMP service requests.
Trap Support If enabled, the SNMP traps are forwarded to the registered SNMP managers.
Trap Port The port to which the SNMP service sends the traps.
Trap Version The trap versions to which the registered SNMP manager wants to receive responses.
Actions The administrative actions that may be taken on an SNMP manager.

You can add, edit, or delete an SNMP manager device from the SNMP Community Management tab:

Adding SNMP manager devices

To add an SNMP manager:

  1. Click the Add button on the upper-left of the table. The Add dialog appears.
  2. Enter the manager IP address or host name in the Manager IP/Host Name field.
  3. Enter an authentication string in the Community String field.
  4. Select an option from the Trap Support drop-down list.
  5. Enter a port number in the Trap Port field.
  6. Select a trap version from the Trap Version drop-down list.
  7. Click Save. A new SNMP manager is added and listed in the table.
Editing SNMP manager devices

To edit an SNMP manager:

  1. Select the SNMP manager to be edited by clicking on the corresponding check box in the table.
  2. Click the Edit button on the upper-left of the table. The Edit dialog appears.
  3. Modify the Community String, Trap Support, Trap Port, and Trap Version fields as required.
  4. Click Save. The selected SNMP manager is edited.
Deleting SNMP manager devices

To delete an SNMP manager:

  1. Select the SNMP manager to be deleted by clicking on the corresponding check box in the table.
  2. Click the Delete button on the upper-left of the table.
  3. Click Yes in the confirmation dialog. The selected SNMP manager is deleted.

SNMP Community Management

The SNMP Community Management tab displays a table that provides a list of the clients registered with FortiWLM MEA for SNMP services. The table summarizes the following devices parameters:

Parameter

Description

Manager IP/Hostname The IP address or host name of the third-party SNMP manager device requesting for SNMP services.
Community String An authentication string in which a registered client must send SNMP service requests.
Trap Support If enabled, the SNMP traps are forwarded to the registered SNMP managers.
Trap Port The port to which the SNMP service sends the traps.
Trap Version The trap versions to which the registered SNMP manager wants to receive responses.
Actions The administrative actions that may be taken on an SNMP manager.

You can add, edit, or delete an SNMP manager device from the SNMP Community Management tab:

Adding SNMP manager devices

To add an SNMP manager:

  1. Click the Add button on the upper-left of the table. The Add dialog appears.
  2. Enter the manager IP address or host name in the Manager IP/Host Name field.
  3. Enter an authentication string in the Community String field.
  4. Select an option from the Trap Support drop-down list.
  5. Enter a port number in the Trap Port field.
  6. Select a trap version from the Trap Version drop-down list.
  7. Click Save. A new SNMP manager is added and listed in the table.
Editing SNMP manager devices

To edit an SNMP manager:

  1. Select the SNMP manager to be edited by clicking on the corresponding check box in the table.
  2. Click the Edit button on the upper-left of the table. The Edit dialog appears.
  3. Modify the Community String, Trap Support, Trap Port, and Trap Version fields as required.
  4. Click Save. The selected SNMP manager is edited.
Deleting SNMP manager devices

To delete an SNMP manager:

  1. Select the SNMP manager to be deleted by clicking on the corresponding check box in the table.
  2. Click the Delete button on the upper-left of the table.
  3. Click Yes in the confirmation dialog. The selected SNMP manager is deleted.