SMUX peers file
name object-id password [ priority ]
The file /etc/snmpd.peers contains information
which the SNMP agent/server daemon,
uses to authenticate requests from SMUX peers to
register subtrees with the SNMP agent/server.
The file contains lines which consist of four items, one of
which is optional:
The syntax of the lines in the file is as shown in the ``Format
Each token is separated by white space; any token containing
white space must be quoted with double quotes (").
Lines which begin with ``#'' are ignored.
of SMUX peer.
in dot notation that represents object-identifier of the
in unencrypted form which snmpd compares with the
password received in the open request PDU from
the SMUX peer. As the passwords are not
encrypted, this file must be in protected mode ``0600'' and
owned by ``root.''
optional priority value that snmpd uses to
determine which SMUX peer to consult when more
than one peer registers the same subtree. Legal values are
0 to (2^31)-1, with a lower number having a higher
priority. A ``-1'' can also be used to represent the
highest available priority.
unixd 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.1.2 "aintNothing"
triald 126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.1.22 "aintNothing" 4
RFC 1155 (STD 16), RFC 1157 (STD 15)
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003