snmp

livenliven Posts: 918Member
I don't see SNMP listed any where in the exam blue print, however it is covered on the older exam materials I am using.

Does anyone recall if it is necessary for the new version of this exam?
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  • mikej412mikej412 Posts: 10,090Member
    Which exam?

    Remember is can be stuffed under all sorts of topics like admin, reporting, logging, management, troubleshooting, etc

    And Version 3 can make it a generic "Security" topic icon_lol.gif
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  • livenliven Posts: 918Member
    mikej412 wrote:
    Which exam?

    Remember is can be stuffed under all sorts of topics like admin, reporting, logging, management, troubleshooting, etc

    And Version 3 can make it a generic "Security" topic icon_lol.gif



    Ya good point....

    Studying for the IPS test right now...

    Just trying to figure out how deep I should go. I know I need to leave no stone un turned, but I didn't see SNMP stated on the blue print.

    I will go over the stuff, but I am not going to get to crazy about it (SNMP for this test).

    Thanks!
    encrypt the encryption, never mind my brain hurts.
  • mikej412mikej412 Posts: 10,090Member
    I just took a peek at the 642-532 blueprint.... and the snmp tasks listed weren't all that complex or complicated.

    Then I noticed the size of the task lists in the 532 version vs the updated 533 exam -- someone did get carried away on specifying tasks for the older version of the exam. icon_lol.gif

    If you can spell snmp and configure the sensor to support snmp, you probably know enough icon_lol.gif
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  • livenliven Posts: 918Member
    mikej412 wrote:
    I just took a peek at the 642-532 blueprint.... and the snmp tasks listed weren't all that complex or complicated.

    Then I noticed the size of the task lists in the 532 version vs the updated 533 exam -- someone did get carried away on specifying tasks for the older version of the exam. icon_lol.gif

    If you can spell snmp and configure the sensor to support snmp, you probably know enough icon_lol.gif



    hahahhaaa


    You crack me up!!!!

    I can certainly configure the device to use snmp, and I have done plenty of non cisco SNMP work so I feel pretty good about this.

    I think there are much bigger fish to fry.

    Thanks!!!
    encrypt the encryption, never mind my brain hurts.
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