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NAME

       tinysnmp.conf - TinySNMPd(8) configuration file

DESCRIPTION

       The  TinySNMP agent configuration file consist of a list of Cisco-style
       statements,  but  may  also  contain  bash-style  (hash)  comments  and
       whitespace which are simply ignored.

FORMAT

       User name or uid of user as which to run the agent.

              user ( <userid> | <username> )

       Group name or gid of group as which to run agent.

              group ( <groupid> | <groupname> )

       The  file  in  which the agent should record its process identification
       number when it starts. This file  is  only  created  if  the  agent  is
       started as a daemon.

              pidfile <filename>

       Address  which  the  server binds to. Only connections arriving at this
       address will be accepted.

              listen ( <hostname> | <address> ) [ : ( <service> | <port> ) ]

       Hosts/subnets allowed access to the agent. There may be multiple  allow
       statements.

              allow ( <hostname> | <address> | <network> [ / <cidr-mask> ] )

       Community string which clients must use to connect to the server.

              community <community-string>

       Number of seconds to cache ObjectID’s between snmp module updates. This
       statement is optional and if omittted, relevant module update callbacks
       will be called every time a request is made.  You shouldn’t need to ask
       questions about the configuration file, because the configuration  file
       for TinySNMPd is well commented by default.

              cache <timeout-in-seconds>

       Some  mib  modules  may  have  their  own configuration sections. These
       sections all begin with a module statement. More details about specific
       mib modules may be found in the module sections below.

              module <module-name>

       Module sections may be surrounded by conditional statements. This avoid
       parse errors if those modules are not installed.

              ifdef <module-name>
              ...
              endif

SYSTEM

       The system module require  its  own  section  which  must  contain  the
       following statements

       Contact  person for this managed node, together with information on how
       to  contact  this  person.  This  will  become  sysContact.0   in   the
       SNMPv2-MIB.

              contact <string>

       The  physical  location  of  this  node  (e.g., ‘telephone, closet, 3rd
       floor’).  This will become sysLocation.0 in the SNMPv2-MIB.

              location <string>

UPS

       The ups module require its own section which must contain the following
       statements

       Specify  the  hostname  of APC UPS Power Management daemon. The default
       port is 6543.

       Since the module uses  non-blocking  i/o  to  communicate  to  the  ups
       daemon, you are strongly encouraged to only specify servers on the same
       host (preferably localhost).

              apcupsd ( <hostname> | <address> ) [ : ( <service> | <port> ) ]

       A string identifying the UPS. This will become  upsIdentName.0  in  the
       UPS-MIB.

              identifier <string>

       A  string  identifying  the  devices attached to the output of the UPS.
       This will become upsIdentAttachedDevices.0 in the UPS-MIB.

              attached <string>

SEE ALSO

       tinysnmpd(8), apcupsd(8)

AUTHOR

       Written by Abraham vd Merwe <abz@blio.com>