SNMP manager

The SNMP manager runs clsnmp, which is compatible with SNMPv1, SNMPv2c, and SNMPv3.

Use the clsnmp command to issue a request, such as a get, get-next, get-bulk, or set request. The request is sent to UDP 161 on the SNMP agent, after which it waits for the response from the SNMP agent.
Note: To allow the SNMP Manager to use a port other than UDP 161, you need to declare the port number you want to use and the IP address in the targetAgent field of the /etc/clsnmp.conf file. For information on the /etc/clsnmp.conf file, see clsnmp.conf File in Files Reference.

It also can listen to SNMP traps on UDP 162. The SNMP manager will receive traps if its IP address is so specified in the /etc/snmpdv3.conf file on the SNMP agent.