SNMP (Simple Network Management Protocol) is a way that servers can share information about their current state, as well as a channel for administrators to modify pre-defined values. In this guide, you’ll set up the tools to communicate using SNMP. You will be using two servers to demonstrate, one that will contain the SNMP manager (client), and one to hold the SNMP agent (daemon). Choose your operating system to get started.
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