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SNMP Configuration GuideContents1SNMP Configuration Guide . 51.1SNMP Basics . 51.2SNMP Support . 71.3Interface Numbers . 81.4SNMP Defaults . 91.5Enable/Disable SNMP Agent . 101.6Access control . 101.6.1Engine Identifier . 111.6.2Community . 121.6.3User . 131.6.4Group . 151.6.5View. 171.6.6Group Access. 191.7Trap . 211.7.1Target Address . 211.7.2Target Parameters . 221.7.3SNMP Notify . 241.7.4Trap UDP Port . 261.7.5Authentication traps . 271.8Sub-Agent . 271.9SNMP configuration example . 29Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide4

SNMP Configuration Guide1 SNMP Configuration GuideThis document describes the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) feature supported inSupermicro Layer 2 / Layer 3 switch products.This document covers the SNMP configurations for the Supermicro switch products listed below.Top of Rack Switches SSE-G24-TG4 SSE-G48-TG4 SSE-X24S SSE-X3348S SSE-X3348TBlade Switches SBM-GEM-X2C SBM-GEM-X2C SBM-GEM-X3S SBM-XEM-X10SMThe majority of this document applies to all the above listed Supermicro switch products. The content ofany particular sub section however, might vary across these switch product models. In those sectionsthe differences are clearly identified with reference to particular switch product models. If any particularswitch product model is not referenced, the reader can safely assume that the content is applicable toall the above listed models.Throughout this document, the common term “switch” refers to any of the above listedSupermicro switch product models unless a particular switch product model is noted.1.1 SNMP BasicsSNMP helps to monitor and manage the switches from network management systems (NMS). SNMPsolutions contain three major components – SNMP manager, SNMP agent and MIB (ManagementInformation Base) as shown in Figure – SNMP-1.The SNMP MIB contains all the configuration and status information of the switch. MIB is organized in atree structure with branches and leaf nodes. Each node contains an object of information and isidentified with an object identifier (OID). SNMP MIB is stored and maintained in the switch.Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide5

SNMP Configuration GuideThe SNMP agent also resides on the switch. It processes the SNMP requests received from the SNMPmanager. It sends responses to SNMP managers by retrieving required information from the MIB. It alsoupdates the MIB based on SNMP messages sent by the SNMP managers. SNMP agents also sendvoluntary traps to SNMP managers. Traps are sent to alert the SNMP managers on events happening onthe switch.The SNMP manager is an NMS application. It monitors and manages switches by communicating to theSNMP agents running on the switch. The SNMP manager application provides command or graphicalinterfaces to the network administrators to help them manage the networks.Figure SNMP-1: SNMP SystemsSNMP MessagesSNMPAGENTSNMPManagerMIBSwitchThere are three versions of SNMP protocols available.SNMPv3Improvements overSNMPv2cSNMPv2cSNMPv1First versionof SNMPprotocol* Improvements over SNMPv1* Community string based administration* 64 bit counters support* getbulk support to retrieve large info* Introduced inform messages* Improved error handlingImproved authentication based on SNMP engine IDImproved security encrypted informationUSM (User based Security Model) and VACM (View based Access Control Model) are the main featuresin SNMPv3. USM provides user authentication and message encryption. VACM provides MIB accesscontrol by associating views and users.SNMPv3 uses a combination of security model and security level to define switch access. Security modelspecifies the authentication mechanism for the user and the group to which the user belongs. Thesecurity models in the Supermicro switch are v1, v2c and v3.Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide6

SNMP Configuration GuideSecurity level specifies the permitted security within the particular security model. The security levels inSupermicro switches are NoAuthNoPrivAuthNoPrivAuthPrivThe security model and level combinations possible in Supermicro switch are listed in the table below.SecurityModelSecurity LevelAuthenticationEncryptionV1noAuthNoPriv Community stringNoneV2cnoAuthNoPriv Community stringNoneV3noAuthNoPriv User nameNoneV3AuthMD5 or SHANoneV3PrivNoneDESPurposeCommunity string andcommunity user are used toauthenticate user login.Community string andcommunity user are used toauthenticate user login.User configuration is used toauthenticate user login.MD5 or SHA algorithm isused to verify user login.DES is used to encrypt allSNMP messages.SNMP uses multiple messages between managers and agents. The below table describes the SNMPmessages.Message erAgentAgentAgentMasterMasterPurposeTo get the value of a particular MIB objectTo get the value of the next object in a tableTo get the values of multiple MIB objects inone transactionResponse for get-request, get-next-requestand get-bulk-request messages.To set the value of a particular MIB objectTo notify the events occurring on agentsTo guarantee delivery of traps to Manager1.2 SNMP SupportSupermicro switches support three versions of SNMP: SNMPv1, SNMPv2c and SNMPv3.A switch supports 50 users, 50 groups, 50 views and 50 views.Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide7

SNMP Configuration Guide1.3 Interface NumbersIF-MIB contains information about all the interfaces on the switch. Users can access the interfacespecific MIB object values using interface index (ifIndex) numbers. The ifIndex numbers are assigned byswitch software for every physical and logical interface. The table below shows ifIndex to interfacemapping method.Interface Type1Gig physical interfaces10Gig physical interfaces40Gig physical interfacesPort channel interfacesLayer 3 interfacesifIndexStarts from 1 and goes up to the maximum number of 1Gig interfacesavailable on the switch.For SSE-G24-TG4, SBM-GEM-X2C, SBM-GEM-X2C , SBM-GEM-X3S : 1 to 24For SSE-G48-TG4: 1 to 48For SSE-X24S and SBM-XEM-X10S: 1For SSE-X3348S: 1 to 2For SSE-X3348T: 1 to 2Starts after 1Gig ifIndexes and goes up to the maximum number of 10Giginterfaces available on the switch.For SSE-G24-TG4, SBM-GEM-X2C, SBM-GEM-X2C , SBM-GEM-X3S : 25 to 28For SSE-G48-TG4: 49 to 52For SSE-X24S and SBM-XEM-X10S: 2 to 25For SSE-X3348S: 3 to 50For SSE-X3348T: 3 to 50Startsg after 10Gig ifIndexes and goes up to the maximum number of 40Giginterfaces available on the switch.For SSE-X3348S: 51 to 54For SSE-X3348T: 51 to 54Starts after 10Gig / 40Gig ifIndexes and goes up to the maximum number ofport channel interfaces supported on the switch.For SSE-G24-TG4, SBM-GEM-X2C, SBM-GEM-X2C , SBM-GEM-X3S : 29 to 52For SSE-G48-TG4: 53 to 76For SSE-X24S and SBM-XEM-X10S: 26 to 49For SSE-X3348S: 55 to 78For SSE-X3348T: 55 to 78Starts after port channel ifIndexes and goes up to the maximum number oflayer 3 interfaces supported on the switch.On switch models SSE-G24-TG4, SSE-G48-TG4, SSE-X24S, SSE-X3348S andSSE-X3348T, the default VLAN 1 and stacking VLAN 4069 takes the first twolayer 3 ifIndexes.On switch models SBM-GEM-X2C, SBM-GEM-X2C , SBM-GEM-X3S andSBM-XEM-X10S, the first three layer 3 ifIndexes are assigned for CMM 1 IPinterface, CMM 2 IP interface and stacking VLAN 4069.User created layer 3 interfaces follow the above ifIndexes.Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide8

SNMP Configuration GuideIn stacking cases, the port channel interface ifIndex starts after the physical interfaces of all the stackswitches. The ifIndexes for all the stack physical interfaces are assigned irrespective of the presence ofthe particular member switch.Switch 0Switch 11G 10G 40G1G 10G 40GSwitch 2 to Switch 16Similar to Switch 0 and 1PortLayer 3Channel Interfaces1.4 SNMP DefaultsFunctionDefault ValueSNMP Agent StatusSNMP Sub-Agent StatusVersionEngine Ninitial,TemplateMD5,TemplateSHAinitial : noneTemplateMD5: MD5TemplateSHA: SHAinitial : noneTemplateMD5: noneTemplateSHA: DESiso,initialiso,initialiso: iso,initial: or default users)Privacy(for default users)GroupsAccessView (for default groups)Notify View NameRead, Write, NotifyTarget ParametersStorage TypeContextSNMP PortSNMP Trap PortTrap StatusAuthentication TrapSupermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide9

SNMP Configuration Guide1.5 Enable/Disable the SNMP AgentThe SNMP Agent is enabled by default in Supermicro switches.Follow the steps below to disable the SNMP agent.StepCommandDescriptionStep 1Step 2configure terminaldisable snmpagentEnters the configuration modeDisables the SNMP agentStep 3Step 4endshow snmpExits the configuration mode.Displays the SNMP information.Step 5write startup-configOptional step – saves this SNMPconfiguration to be part of the startupconfiguration.The “enable snmp agent” command enables the SNMP agent.To enable the SNMP agent, it must be in the disabled state. The SNMP subagent is disabledby default. If needed, use the command “disable snmp subagent” to disable the SNMPsubagent feature.The examples below show ways to disable/enable the SNMP agent function on Supermicro switches.Disable the SNMP agent.SMIS# configure terminalSMIS(config)# disable snmpagentSMIS(config)# endEnable the SNMP agent.SMIS# configure terminalSMIS(config)# enable snmpagentSMIS(config)# end1.6 Access ControlThere are various parameters that control access to the SNMP Agent. Engine IDSupermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide10

SNMP Configuration Guide Community StringUserGroupGroup Access1.6.1 Engine IdentifierThe SNMP Engine Identifier is a unique identifier for the SNMP agent in a switch. It is used with ahashing function in the agent to generate keys for authentication and encryption. Hence after anychange in the Engine Identifier, the following must be re-configured: SNMPv3 authenticationSNMPv3 encryption/privacyCommunityFollow the steps below to configure the SNMP Engine Identifier.StepCommandDescriptionStep 1Step 2configure terminalsnmp engineid EngineIdentifier Enters the configuration modeConfigures the SNMP Engine Identifier.Step 3Step 4endshow snmp engineIDStep 5write startup-configEngineIdentifier- Hexadecimal number,with length between 5 and 32 octets.Each octet should be separated by aperiod.Exits the configuration mode.Displays the SNMP engine Identifierinformation.Optional step – saves this SNMPconfiguration to be part of the startupconfiguration.The example below shows the commands used to configure the SNMP Engine Identifier.SMIS# configure terminalSMIS(config)# snmp engineid 80.00.08.1c.44.44SMIS(config)# endSMIS# show snmp engineidEngineId: 80.00.08.1c.44.44Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide11

SNMP Configuration GuideThe “no snmp engineid” command resets the SNMP engineid to its default value of80.00.08.1c.04.46.53.1.6.2 CommunityAn SNMP community defines a group of devices and management systems. Only devices andmanagement systems that are members of the same community can exchange SNMP messages. Adevice or management system can be a member of multiple communities.The SNMP v1/v2 community is also used as a form of security. The community of SNMP managers thatcan access the agent MIB in the switch is defined by a community string.Follow the steps below to configure an SNMP community.StepCommandDescriptionStep 1Step 2configure terminalsnmp community index CommunityIndex name CommunityName security SecurityName [context name ] [{volatile nonvolatile}][transporttag TransportTagIdentifier none ]Enters the configuration modeConfigures the SNMP community.CommunityIndex –Alphanumeric valuewith a maximum of 32 characters.CommunityName –Alphanumeric valuewith a maximum of 255 characters.SecurityName – This is the user nameassociated with the community.Alphanumeric value with a maximum of40 characters.Name – Alphanumeric value with amaximum of 40 characters.TransportTagIdentifier – Identifies thetransport end points between agentand manager. Alphanumeric value witha maximum of 255 characters.Step 3Step 4endshow snmp communityExits the configuration mode.DisplaystheSNMP communityinformation.Step 5write startup-configOptional step – saves this SNMPconfiguration to be part of the startupconfiguration.Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide12

SNMP Configuration GuideThe “no snmp community index CommunityIndex ” command deletes the specifiedcommunity index.The example below shows the commands used to configure the SNMP community.SMIS(config)# snmp community index test1 name test1 security user1 nonvolatileSMIS(config)# show snmp communityCommunity Index: NETMANCommunity Name: NETMANSecurity Name: noneContext Name:Transport Tag:Storage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Community Index: PUBLICCommunity Name : PUBLICSecurity Name: noneContext Name :Transport Tag:Storage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Community Index: test1Community Name: test1Security Name: user1Context Name:Transport Tag:Storage Type: Non-volatileRow Status: Active------------------------------1.6.3 UserSNMP user configuration is used only for SNMPv3. An SNMP user requests and receives informationabout switch status and traps.Follow the steps below to configure an SNMP user.StepCommandDescriptionStep 1Step 2configure terminalsnmp user UserName [auth {md5 sha}Enters the configuration modeConfigurestheSNMPSupermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guideuser,13

SNMP Configuration Guide passwd [priv DES passwd ]][{volatile nonvolatile}]authentication and encryption.UserName - Alphanumeric value with amaximum of 40 characters.Use auth to enable authentication forthe user.Passwd – Password used for userAuthentication. Alphanumeric valuewith a maximum of 40 characters.Use priv to enable encryption ofpackets.Passwd – Password used to generatekeys for encryption of messages.Alphanumeric value with a maximum of40 characters.Use volatile if the value need not bestored in NVRAM.Use nonvolatile if the value must bestored in NVRAM and available afterrestart.Step 3Step 4endshow snmp userExits the configuration mode.Displays the SNMP user information.Step 5write startup-configOptional step – saves this SNMPconfiguration to be part of the startupconfiguration.The “no snmp user UserName ” command deletes the specified user.The example below shows the commands used to configure the SNMP user.SMIS# configure terminalSMIS(config)# snmp user user5 auth md5 abc123 priv DES xyz123SMIS# endSupermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide14

SNMP Configuration GuideSMIS# show snmp userEngine ID: 80.00.08.1c.04.46.53User: user5Authentication Protocol: MD5Privacy Protocol: DES CBCStorage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Engine ID: 80.00.08.1c.04.46.53User: initialAuthentication Protocol: NonePrivacy Protocol: NoneStorage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Engine ID: 80.00.08.1c.04.46.53User: templateMD5Authentication Protocol: MD5Privacy Protocol: NoneStorage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Engine ID: 80.00.08.1c.04.46.53User: templateSHAAuthentication Protocol: SHAPrivacy Protocol: DES CBCStorage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active------------------------------1.6.4 GroupA group identifies a set of users in SNMPv3.Follow the steps below to configure an SNMP group.StepCommandStep 1Step 2configure terminalEnters the configuration modesnmp group GroupName user UserName Configures the SNMP group.security-model {v1 v2c v3 } [{volatile nonvolatile}]GroupName – Alphanumeric value witha maximum of 40 characters.DescriptionSecurity-model – Use v1 or v2c or v3.UserName - Alphanumeric value with aSupermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide15

SNMP Configuration Guidemaximum of 40 characters.Use volatile if the value need not bestored in NVRAM.Step 3Step 4endshow snmp groupStep 5write startup-configUse nonvolatile if the value must bestored in NVRAM and available afterrestart.Exits the configuration mode.Displays the SNMP group information.Optional step – saves this SNMPconfiguration to be part of the startupconfiguration.The “no snmp group GroupName user UserName security-model {v1 v2c v3}”command deletes the specified group.The example below shows the commands used to configure the SNMP group.SMIS# configure terminalSMIS(config)# snmp group group5 user user5 security-model v3SMIS# endSMIS# show snmp groupSecurity Model: v1Security Name: noneGroup Name: isoStorage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Security Model: v2cSecurity Name: noneGroup Name: isoStorage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Security Model: v3Security Name: user5Group Name: group5Storage Type: VolatileRow Status: ActiveSupermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide16

SNMP Configuration Guide-----------------------------Security Model: v3Security Name: initialGroup Name: initialStorage Type: Non-volatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Security Model: v3Security Name: templateMD5Group Name: initialStorage Type: Non-volatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Security Model: v3Security Name: templateSHAGroup Name: initialStorage Type: Non-volatileRow Status: Active------------------------------1.6.5 ViewA view specifies limited access to MIBs. A view can be associated with one or many groups.In an SNMP, parameters are arranged in a tree format. SNMP uses an Object Identifier (OID) to identifythe exact parameter in the tree. An OID is a list of numbers separated by periods.Follow the steps below to configure the SNMP view.StepCommandDescriptionStep 1Step 2configure terminalsnmp view ViewName OIDTree [mask OIDMask ] {included excluded} [{volatile nonvolatile}]Enters the configuration modeConfigures the SNMP view.ViewName- Alphanumeric value with amaximum of 40 characters.OIDTree – OID number,maximum of 32 numbers.withaOIDMask – OID number, with amaximum of 32 numbers.Use included to specify that the MIBsub-tree is included in the view.Use excluded to specify that the MIBsub-tree is excluded from the view.Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide17

SNMP Configuration GuideUse volatile if the value need not bestored in NVRAM.Step 3Step 4endshow snmp viewtreeStep 5write startup-configUse nonvolatile if the value must bestored in NVRAM and available afterrestart.Exits the configuration mode.Displays the SNMP view information.Optional step – saves this SNMPconfiguration to be part of the startupconfiguration.The “no snmp view ViewName OIDTree ” command deletes the specified SNMP view.The example below shows the commands used to configure the SNMP view.SMIS(config)# snmp view view1 1.3.6.1 includedSMIS(config)# show snmp viewtreeView Name: isoSubtree OID: 1Subtree Mask: 1View Type: IncludedStorage Type: Non-volatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------View Name: view1Subtree OID: 1.3.6.1Subtree Mask: 1.1.1.1View Type: IncludedStorage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------View Name: RestrictedSubtree OID: 1Subtree Mask: 1View Type: ExcludedStorage Type: Non-volatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide18

SNMP Configuration Guide1.6.6 Group AccessGroup access defines the access policy for a set of users belonging to a particular group. Group access isused only for SNMPv3.Follow the steps below to configure SNMP group access.StepCommandDescriptionStep 1Step 2configure terminalsnmp access GroupName {v1 v2c v3 {auth noauth priv}} [read ReadView none ] [write WriteView none ] [notify NotifyView none ] [{volatile nonvolatile}]Enters the configuration modeConfigures the SNMP group access.GroupName - Alphanumeric value witha maximum of 40 characters.Security model – Mention one of v1,v2c or v3.Use auth to enable authentication forthe user.Use priv to enable encryption ofpackets.ReadView- View name that specifiesread access to particular MIB sub-tree.Alphanumeric value with a maximum of40 characters.WriteView View name that specifieswrite access to particular MIB sub-tree.Alphanumeric value with a maximum of40 characters.NotifyView View name that specifies aparticular MIB sub-tree used innotification. Alphanumeric value with amaximum of 40 characters.Use volatile if the value need not bestored in NVRAM.Step 3Step 4endshow snmp group accessUse nonvolatile if the value must bestored in NVRAM and available afterrestart.Exits the configuration mode.Displays the SNMP group accessinformation.Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide19

SNMP Configuration GuideStep 5write startup-configOptional step – saves this SNMPconfiguration to be part of startupconfiguration.Group, user and view should be created before configuring group access.The “no snmp access GroupName {v1 v2c v3 {auth noauth priv}}”command deletes the specified SNMP group access.The example below shows the commands used to configure the SNMP group access.SMIS# configure terminalSMIS(config)# snmp access group5 v3 auth read view1 write view2 notify none nonvolatileSMIS(config)# endSMIS# show snmp group accessGroup Name: isoRead View: isoWrite View: isoNotify View: isoStorage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Group Name: isoRead View: isoWrite View: isoNotify View: isoStorage Type: VolatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Group Name: group5Read View: view1Write View: view2Notify View:Storage Type: Non-volatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Group Name: InitialRead View: RestrictedWrite View: RrestrictedNotify View: RestrictedStorage Type: Non-volatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide20

SNMP Configuration GuideGroup Name: InitialRead View: isoWrite View: isoNotify View: isoStorage Type: Non-volatileRow Status: Active-----------------------------Group Name: initialRead View: isoWrite View: isoNotify View: isoStorage Type: Non-volatileRow Status: Active------------------------------1.7 Trap1.7.1 Target AddressA target is a receiver of SNMP notification(s), which are usually SNMP Managers. The target addressdefines the transport parameters of the receivers.Follow the steps below to configure the SNMP Target address.StepCommandDescriptionStep 1Step 2configure terminalsnmp targetaddr TargetAddressName param ParamName { IPAddress IP6Address }[timeout Seconds(1-1500)] [retries RetryCount(1-3)] [taglist TagIdentifier none ][{volatile nonvolatile}]Enters the configuration modeConfigures the SNMP target addressinformation.TargetAddressName - Alphanumericvalue with a maximum of 40 characters.ParamName – The parameter to benotified to the specific target.Alphanumeric value with a maximum of40 characters.IPAddress – IPv4 address of the target.IP6Address – IPv6 address of the target.Seconds – Specifies the timeout withinwhich the target should be reachable.RetryCount – Specifies the number ofretries to reach the target.Supermicro L2/L3 Switches Configuration Guide21

SNMP Configuration GuideTagIdentifier- A set of targets can begrouped under a tag Identifier.Use volatile if the value need not bestored in NVRAM.Step 3Step 4endshow snmp targetaddrStep 5write startup-configUse nonvolatile if the value must bestored in NVRAM and available afterrestart.Exits the configuration mode.Displays the SNMP target addressinformation.Optional step – saves this SNMPconfiguration to be part of the startupconfiguration.The “no snmp targetaddr TargetAddressName ” command deletes the specified SNMPtarget address information.The example below shows the commands used to configure the SNMP target address.SMIS# configure terminalSMIS(config)# snmp targetaddr host1 param param1 192.168.1.10 taglist tg1SMIS# endSMIS# show snmp targetaddrTarget Address Name: host1IP Address: 192.168.1.10Tag List: tg1Parameters: param1Storage Type: Volatile

Aug 15, 2013 · 1.1 SNMP Basics SNMP helps to monitor and manage the switches from network management systems (NMS). SNMP solutions contain three major components – SNMP manager, SNMP agent and MIB (Management Information Base) as shown in Figure – SNMP-1. The SNMP MIB contains all the con