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How to perform a SAPNWALK

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How to perform a SAPNWALK

How to perform a SAPNWALK?

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  1. Download the sapnwalk-v2.zip uploaded to the case.
  2. Extract the contents to a temp location such as d:\temp\sapnwalk
  3. Open the devlist.txt which should have a v2 or v3 syntax example, you can replace these values with your device information. There is also a README-US.txt for more detailed instructions if needed.

 

               SnmpV2 device example

               172.20.102.1 v2c communitystring

 

               SnmpV3 with Auth and no Priv settings:

               172.20.102.1 v3 AnP Username SHA authpassword

 

  1. Double-click the discover.bat file to run it against all entries inserted in step 3 – this might take a bit to process.
  2. Once completed there will be a walks.zip file with the contents of the walks just done and a walks subfolder too.
  3. Upload walk zips to the case for review.

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Khoa_Ngo
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Re: How to perform a SAPNWALK

 

 

  1. Download the sapnwalk-v2.zip uploaded to the case.
  2. Extract the contents to a temp location such as d:\temp\sapnwalk
  3. Open the devlist.txt which should have a v2 or v3 syntax example, you can replace these values with your device information. There is also a README-US.txt for more detailed instructions if needed.

 

               SnmpV2 device example

               172.20.102.1 v2c communitystring

 

               SnmpV3 with Auth and no Priv settings:

               172.20.102.1 v3 AnP Username SHA authpassword

 

  1. Double-click the discover.bat file to run it against all entries inserted in step 3 – this might take a bit to process.
  2. Once completed there will be a walks.zip file with the contents of the walks just done and a walks subfolder too.
  3. Upload walk zips to the case for review.

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