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    Looking to setup SNMP on my new Untangle 10.0 install. I went ahead and enabled it through the gui. I can snmpwalk directly from Untangle, but I can't from an external host. Do I need to create a filter rule to allow this traffic? I don't recal having to do this on my old 9.# install.

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    If you want SNMP on a WAN interface, yes.
    Or you can modify the existing rule so it also applies to WANs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    If you want SNMP on a WAN interface, yes.
    Or you can modify the existing rule so it also applies to WANs.
    Just looking for it on my internal interface. It was awhile ago that I set it up on the 9.# install, but it was very straight forward from what I remember. My SNMP collector is on the same local network, so the only firewall in the way is Untangle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    If you want SNMP on a WAN interface, yes.
    Or you can modify the existing rule so it also applies to WANs.
    There was no existing rule, or maybe I managed to delete it. I ended up having to create a rule.

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