Did you try to access snmpd through snmpwalk?
That's a command line tool to query info on a snmp server... I'd say that
it's the first step to test snmpd, then configure mrtg.
2005/8/16, Lars Hecking <lhecking at users.sourceforge.net>:
>>> Hi all,
>> Does anyone have a few clues how to use SNMP on RHEL3.0?
>> I have enabled the snmpd and snmptrap services on a rhel box, and tried to
> add an mrtg entry for it on another rhel box, but it is not recognised:
>> --base: Get Device Info on public at host:
> --base: Vendor Id:
> --base: Populating confcache
> --coca: populate confcache public at host:
> --coca: Skipping ifName scanning because public at host: does not seem to
> support it
> --base: Get Interface Info
> --base: Walking ifIndex
> --base: Walking ifType
> --base: Walking ifAdminStatus
> --base: Walking ifOperStatus
> --base: Walking ifMtu
> --base: Walking ifSpeed
> --base: Writing mrtg.cfg
>> I thought "public" would work out of the box, no?
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