Re: Managing/Umanaging Nodes
snmptrap and snmpset can not be used to change managed state.
As far as I know there is no command-line method to manage/unmanage a node.
There are only two methods where the user has the ability to
manage/unmanage nodes, one of cause is the GUI, the other is at discovery
time of non-snmp devices by the use of DEFAULT_IP: : :U in the oid_to_type
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Subject: Managing/Umanaging Nodes
Does someone know if it's possible to manage/umanage Nodes directly from
(command line) or via a SNMP Set ?
I tried to internally generate the 'Manage Node' trap (#50790418) via
It doesn't seem to work on the node (as opposed to the 'set status' trap
which works great)
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