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To use the SNMP  connector, add the <snmp.init> element in your configuration before carrying out any other SNMP operations.

init
<snmp.init>
   <host>{$ctx:host}</host>
   <port>{$ctx:port}</port>
   <snmpVersion>{$ctx:snmpVersion}</snmpVersion>
   <community>{$ctx:community}</community>
   <retries>{$ctx:retries}</retries>
   <timeout>{$ctx:timeout}</timeout>
</snmp.init>
Properties
  • host: Required - The address of the target device.
  • port: Required - The port number of SNMP.
  • snmpVersion: The SNMP version.
  • community:Required - The community string that acts as a password. This is used to authenticate messages that are sent between the management station and the device (the SNMP Agent).
  • retries: The number of times a request should be sent when a timeout occurs.
  • timeout: The time interval that a request waits for a response message from an agent.

Now that you have connected to SNMP, use the information in the following topics to perform various operations with the connector.

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