Configure SNMP

Learn more about the Prisma SD-WAN SNMP configuration.
SNMP Agents and Traps are disabled by default. To enable and configure SNMP Agent and Traps:
  1. From
    Map
    Claimed Device
    , select a device and from the ellipsis menu, select
    Configure the device
    .
  2. From the device configuration screen, select
    SNMP Config
    .
    The
    Agents/Traps
    screen displays.
  3. Configure an
    SNMP Agent
    . An
    SNMP Agent
    has read-only access.
    1. Click the
      Agent
      tab.
    2. Enter a
      Description
      and add
      (Optional)
      Tags
      .
    3. Select
      Enable V2
      or
      Enable V3
      .
      Both may be enabled, but at least one must be enabled.
    4. Select
      Enable V2
      to configure
      Community
      .
      If V2 is enabled, community can be configured. If community is not configured, then public will be set as the default community.
    5. Select
      Enable V3
      to configure the
      User
      . If V3 is enabled, use the
      Add User
      option to add a user and define the user attributes.
      Enter a
      Username
      (Optional)
      Engine ID to identify the device, and select a
      Security Level
      from the drop-down.
      The security level
      NOAUTH
      indicates that no authentication is required,
      AUTH
      indicates the authentication type, and
      Private
      indicates the security level.
      Auth Type
      may be
      MD5
      ,
      SHA
      , or
      None
      . If you select an authentication type, enter an authentication phrase of 8 to 25 characters.
      Encryption Type
      may be
      AES
      ,
      DES
      , or
      None
      . If you select an encryption type, enter an encryption phrase of 8 to 25 characters.
    6. Click
      Save
      .
  4. Configure
    SNMP Traps
    .
    1. Click on the
      Traps
      tab and select
      Add Trap
      .
      To enable SNMP Trap, make sure the
      Disabled
      option is unchecked.
    2. Enter the SNMP server or manager’s IP address.
    3. Select a
      Source Interface
      from the drop-down.
    4. Enter a
      Description
      and add
      (Optional)
      Tags
      .
    5. Toggle
      Version
      to enable V2 for community or V3 for users.
      One of the options must be enabled at all times. V2 is enabled by default. A maximum of 16 unique servers may be configured per version (V2 and V3).
      If V2 is enabled,
      Community
      may be configured. If community is not configured, then public is set as the default community. If V3 is enabled, user attributes can be defined, including the
      Name
      ,
      Engine ID
      , and the
      Security Level
      .
    6. Select
      Auth
      or
      Private
      as the security level and enter the authentication type and phrase.
  5. Click
    Save
    .

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