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[STRM] How to enable SNMP support in 2009.1 and 2009.2

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Article ID: KB18140 KB Last Updated: 12 Jul 2011Version: 2.0
Summary:
This article explains how to enable SNMP support in STRM. 
Symptoms:
SNMP support was previously disabled in STRM versions prior to 2009.1

This was due to a security vulnerability.

Solution:
The security vulnerability that prevented STRM from using the SNMP Agent for system monitoring has been overcome.

If you are running STRM 2009.1 or 2009.2 with the latest patch, then you can use the following instructions to re-enable support for SNMP.
This functionality will be available by default in the 2010.1 release of STRM.

Download the snmp agent rpm from here:
http://download.juniper.net/software/strm/snmp_agent-20080205-6.2.0.530_ctrh.i386.rpm


Connect to the STRM console box via ssh or console connection as the root user.

  • vi /store/configservices/staging/globalconfig/nva.conf
  • change LINUX_AGENT_ENABLED to yes
  • In the STRM Admin Tab, Deploy changes
  • transfer the snmp agent rpm to the console through scp.
  • rpm -Uvh snmp_agent-20080205-6.2.0.530_ctrh.i386.rpm
  • Edit the crontab with the command crontab -e
  • Add the following at the bottom of the file:
# check snmp agent for death every minute
* * * * * if [ -f /var/lock/subsys/snmp_agent ] ; then { if [ `service snmp_agent status 2>&1 | grep -c 'is running'` -eq 0 ] ; then { rm -f /var/lock/subsys/snmp_agent ; service snmp_agent start > /dev/null 2>&1 ; } fi ; } fi

  • Start the snmp_agent server with the command: service snmp_agent start

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