Join Mike Meyers for an in-depth discussion in this video SNMP, part of CompTIA Network+ (N10-006) Cert Prep: 7 Managing the Network.
- Now you may not believe this, but I,…Mike Meyers, am a lazy person.…No, no, it's true. I am.…Well, okay, let me, let me qualify that.…The ultimate goal, in my opinion,…of a good network administrator is their ability…to sit in a chair the entire day and never get up.…Now, in order to do that,…especially when I have a more complicated network,…I'm going to have to be getting up a lot.…If I have to deal with switches or routers or printers…or individual host systems.…
There are times when I'm going to have to get up.…So, in order to alleviate this, we use something called…Simple Network Management Protocol or SNMP.…SNMP is a tool which allows us to administer…and manage network devices from, hopefully,…a single source where we can do whatever we need to do.…Now, in order to see how SNMP works,…we're going to have to break down a bunch of terms…that you're going to be seeing on the Network+.…So the first thing we need to do…is let's know who's who in the zoo of SNMP.…
If we're going to have an SNMP network,…well you're going to have to have devices to talk to.…
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Skill Level Intermediate
1. Managing Risk
2. Protecting Your Network
3. Network Monitoring
4. Network Troubleshooting
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