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DCE SNMP Community String Change Impact

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DCE SNMP Community String Change Impact

This question was originally posted on DCIM Support by juice on 2019-08-26


Good day

Please assist, 

We are changing the Snmp settings however we need to know if the PDU will drop the current load - servers that are connect, would the servers connected to the PDU loose power ?

DCE  - 7.4.1.  PDU v3 AP7953 & AP7855A

Kind regards

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Re: DCE SNMP Community String Change Impact

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Steven Marchetti on 2019-08-26


Hi Juice,

Changing settings on the Network Management Card (NMC) may reboot the card itself but will not change the outlet states.

 

Thanks,

Steve

(CID:148342956)

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Re: DCE SNMP Community String Change Impact

This answer was originally posted on DCIM Support by Steven Marchetti on 2019-08-26


Hi Juice,

Changing settings on the Network Management Card (NMC) may reboot the card itself but will not change the outlet states.

 

Thanks,

Steve

(CID:148342956)

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