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# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
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#           Template for SNMP Access Control List File
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#
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# o Copy this template to snmp.acl
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# o Set access control for SNMP support
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# o Change the permission of snmp.acl to be read-only
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#   by the owner.
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#
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# See below for the location of snmp.acl file.
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# ----------------------------------------------------------------------
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############################################################
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#            SNMP Access Control List File  
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############################################################
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#
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# Default location of this file is $JRE/lib/management/snmp.acl.
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# You can specify an alternate location by specifying a property in 
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# the management config file $JRE/lib/management/management.properties
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# or by specifying a system property (See that file for details).
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#
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##############################################################
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#        File permissions of the snmp.acl file
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##############################################################
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# 
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#      Since there are cleartext community strings stored in this file,
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#      this ACL file must be readable by ONLY the owner,
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#      otherwise the program will exit with an error. 
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#
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##############################################################
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#		Format of the acl group
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##############################################################
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#
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# communities: a list of SNMP community strings to which the
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#              access control applies separated by commas.
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#
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# access: either "read-only" or "read-write".
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#
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# managers: a list of hosts to be granted the access rights.
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#    Each can be expressed as any one of the following:
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#    - hostname: hubble
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#    - ip v4 and v6 addresses: 123.456.789.12 , fe80::a00:20ff:fe9b:ea82
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#    - ip v4 and v6 netmask prefix notation: 123.456.789.0/24, 
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#         fe80::a00:20ff:fe9b:ea82/64  
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#      see RFC 2373 (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2373.txt)
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#
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# An example of two community groups for multiple hosts:
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#    acl = {
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#     {
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#       communities = public, private
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#       access = read-only
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#       managers = hubble, snowbell, nanak
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#     }
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#     {
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#       communities = jerry
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#       access = read-write
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#       managers = hubble, telescope
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#     }
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#    }
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# 
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##############################################################
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#                   Format of the trap group
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##############################################################
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#
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# trap-community: a single SNMP community string that will be included
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#                 in  the traps sent to the hosts.
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#
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# hosts: a list of hosts to which the SNMP agent will send traps.
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#
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# An example of two trap community definitions for multiple hosts:
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#    trap = {
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#      {
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#        trap-community = public
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#        hosts = hubble, snowbell
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#      }
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#      {
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#        trap-community = private
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#        hosts = telescope
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#      }
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#    }
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#
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############################################################
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#
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#  Update the community strings (public and private) below
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#  before copying this template file
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# 	
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# Common SNMP ACL Example
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# ------------------------
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#
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# o Only localhost can connect, and access rights
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#   are limited to read-only
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# o Traps are sent to localhost only
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#
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#
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# acl = {
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#  {
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#    communities = public, private
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#    access = read-only
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#    managers = localhost
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#  }
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# }
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# 
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# 
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# trap = {
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#   {
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#     trap-community = public
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#     hosts = localhost 
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#   }
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# }