try to use MIB walk in toolset
Johnny--I've got to ask. How do you like the IP-10s? We are using the 1500Ps, but we'll be forced to go to the IP10s, and I wanted to get some real user feedback.
We upgraded our 1500P's last week to the IP-10's and for us, they've been rock solid and we have significantly improved performance. Our 1500P's were licensed in the 23Ghz spectrum and the new IP-10's are licensed at 11Ghz. I'm no wireless radio expert but I couldn't be happier with the IP-10's. One of our sites was a mile apart and is rated to transmit between 342 and 489Mbps while the other is almost 8 miles apart and transmits between 202 and 292Mpbs. Using WAN killer, I was able to stress the links and the result was they are about 4 times faster than the previous 1500's.
One of the features that I think is better is their ability to automatically adjust transmission rates instead of just dropping the link. We have heavy rain occasionally and our radios would fail to transmit anything when we had the 1500P's. It didn't happen often but we shouldn't have that issue at all anymore.
Does anyone know how to configure SNMP on them? I don't see how to set the read only string and they don't respond to "public". I'm just beginning to explore remote management of these.
I just set it to snmp v3 and set a username and password through the web interface. SNMP management seems to be working fine.
logon via telnet
set read-community public
read-community(1) SNMP read community
write-community(1) SNMP write community
version(1) SNMP version
trap-admin(4) Enable/disable sending SNMP traps
trap-manager(4) IP address of manager to which SNMP traps will be
trap-community(4) SNMP trap community
trap-port(4) Manager port to which traps are sent (default is
trap-severity-filter(4) Filter for traps sent to the manager according to
trap-status-change-filter(4) Send trap on operational status change only
trap-heartbeat(4) How often (in minutes) a trap heartbeat is sent
to the manager (0 to disable)
trap-clli(4) SNMP trap clli
trap-name(4) Text for manager name or comment
admin(1) SNMP administrative state