snmpd.internal - internal configuration of the Net-SNMP agent


   The snmpd.conf(5) man page defines the syntax and behaviour of the main
   configuration directives that can be used to control the  operation  of
   the Net-SNMP agent, and the management information it provides.

   However  there  are  several  other  configuration  directives (many of
   which, though not all,  start  with  a  leading  underscore)  that  are
   recognised   by   the  agent.   These  are  typically  used  to  retain
   configuration across agent restarts, and are not  intended  for  direct
   user  access.   This  man  page  list  these directives, giving a brief
   indication of where they are used.  For full details - see the relevant
   source  files.  If you can't follow that source, you probably shouldn't
   be fiddling with these directives!




   VACM Configuration
   vacmView / vacmGroup / vacmAccess
          These directives  are  used  to  retain  dynamically  configured
          access control settings.


   System Group
          This  directive  is  used  to implement the advisory lock object

   psyslocation / psyscontact / psysname
          These directives  are  used  to  retain  dynamically  configured
          system  settings.   They will be overridden by the corresponding
          sysLocation, sysContact and sysName directives.


   Notification Handling
          This directive is used  to  retain  the  dynamically  configured
          setting     of     whether    the    agent    should    generate
          authenticationFailure traps.   It  will  be  overridden  by  the
          corresponding authtrapenable directive.


   targetAddr / targetParams
          These  directives  are  used  to  retain  dynamically configured
          notification destination settings.

   DisMan Event MIB
   _mteE*Table, _mteOTable, _mteT*Table
          These directives  are  used  to  retain  dynamically  configured
          event, object and monitor trigger settings.

   mteObjectsTable / mteTriggerTable
          These   directives  are  for  compatibility  with  the  previous
          disman/event-mib implementation.

   DisMan Schedule MIB
          This  directive  is  used  to  retain   dynamically   configured
          scheduled events.


   Arbitrary Extension Commands

   exec2 / sh2 / execFix2
          These   directives  were  defined  by  analogy  with  equivalent
          directives in the previous  ucd-snmp/extensible  implementation.
          They are deprecated, and should not be used.




   snmpconf(1),  snmpd.conf(5),  snmp.conf(5),  snmp_config(5),  snmpd(8),
   EXAMPLE.conf, netsnmp_config_api(3).


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