(RADIATOR) where to define community for RAS
hugh at open.com.au
Fri Jul 12 17:41:49 CDT 2002
Hello Khushal -
You would specify the SNMPCommunity in the Client clause:
Have a look at section 6.5.6 in the Radiator 3.1 reference manual.
On Fri, 12 Jul 2002 19:54, ksn at dil.in wrote:
> Hi group,
> I am using Cisco 3660 and had change snmp community from "default"(public)
> to "newone", Now Radiator do query with RAS for checking online status of
> user for(Silmultaneous-Use) it usage "public" as community.
> Please suggest me where to define community string in radiator so it use my
> new community string while do query with RAS.
> Thanks in advance
> Khushal Singh Narooka
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