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    SNMP Service

    Hello everyone,

    I need help with this, I realized I have a community in SNMP service by clicking right and check community, now I would like to find out if this is a private or a public community the Right I see are Write and Read but I don't have access to routers or switches, is there any way to check this? Thanks for your info!!!

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    All community strings are public if you know the details. The default setting in SMTP is to have the string "public" as read only, thus it's called public.

    cheers, Paul

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    Ok, thanks for this.... how do I know what is the value of the string?

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    http://www.itechtalk.com/thread7216.html
    Applies to all versions up to W8.

    cheers, Paul

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