SNMP in a WiFi WLAN is a client-server type protocol that allows a networked device or"agent" to be managed by a network management station. SNMP allows a management station to retrieve Management Information Base (MIB) information from agents. SNMP operates over UDP/IP (but can operate directly over Ethernet). SNMP version 3 is the only really secure version of SNMP - v1 and v2 are regarded as insecure.
How to implement SNMP
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