SNMP Interface instance reordering

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Deric Sullivan, Jun 2, 2004.

  1. Hi,

    Does anyone know of a way to do a Cold Start of the SNMP agent on a
    router without doing a reload of the whole router? I tried a "no
    snmp-server" then a "snmp-server community ..." but that just does a
    warm start. My problem is that when I add subinterfaces the SNMP
    instance numbering can be different after a router reload, but I don't
    want to be forced to reload the router just because I added/removed a
    subinterface. I don't think "snmp mib persist" is what I'm looking for,
    since I don't mind if the instances change, I just don't want to reboot
    the router for the changes to take effect.

    Thanks,
    Deric Sullivan
     
    Deric Sullivan, Jun 2, 2004
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  2. Deric Sullivan <> writes:
    > Does anyone know of a way to do a Cold Start of the SNMP agent on a
    >router without doing a reload of the whole router? I tried a "no
    >snmp-server" then a "snmp-server community ..." but that just does a
    >warm start. My problem is that when I add subinterfaces the SNMP
    >instance numbering can be different after a router reload, but I don't
    >want to be forced to reload the router just because I added/removed a
    >subinterface. I don't think "snmp mib persist" is what I'm looking for,
    >since I don't mind if the instances change, I just don't want to reboot
    >the router for the changes to take effect.


    Don't know about doing a cold-start on the SNMP server process..

    But you do want to add the 'snmp-server ifindex persist' config statement.


    --
    Doug McIntyre
    Network Engineer/Jack of All Trades
    Vector Internet Services, Inc.
     
    Doug McIntyre, Jun 2, 2004
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