On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 2:19 PM, Anton Yuzhaninov <cit...@citrin.ru> wrote:
> On Mon, 27 Apr 2009 12:28:01 -0400, Maxim Khitrov wrote:
> MK> I'm setting up a firewall and would like to monitor certain system
> MK> parameters like network, cpu, and memory usage. SNMP is an obvious
> MK> choice to do the monitoring and I'm planning to set up rrdtool to
> MK> generate graphs of captured data. The question is what SNMP agent to
> MK> use. I found net-snmp and bsnmpd (which is included in the base
> MK> system). Has anyone here used both implementations, and if so, what
> MK> are the basic differences?
> main difference is the set of supported MIBs.
> In general net-snmp supports more MIBs than bsnmpd.
> E. g. BEGEMOT-PF-MIB supported only by bsnmpd and useful for monitoring pf(4),
> UCD-SNMP-MIB supported only by net-snmp and useful for monitoring CPU load
> (ssCpuRaw* counters).

Is there any other documentation to bsnmpd besides the one man page?
I'm trying to figure how to configure the daemon (first task is stop
it from listening on *:*), but besides the man page and few comments
in /etc/snmpd.config there is no other information that I can find.

- Max
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