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SNMP Support?

Is there any SNMP support? I cant find any settings for it 

 

$ nmap 192.168.3.20

Starting Nmap 7.70 ( https://nmap.org ) at 2018-09-16 15:27 NZST

Nmap scan report for airCube.fritz.box (192.168.3.20)

Host is up (0.0019s latency).

Not shown: 996 closed ports

PORT      STATE SERVICE

53/tcp    open  domain

80/tcp    open  http

443/tcp   open  https

10001/tcp open  scp-config

 

Nmap done: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 42.40 seconds

 

Would be really awesome to be able to see throughput on each of the 4 ethernet ports, but ethernet vs wireless would be enough really.

 

Regards Mike

 

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Re: SNMP Support?

+1 request for SNMP support. 

I have a mature and reliable SNMP based monitoring solution and have no need for UNMS or desire to migrate to it.

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Re: SNMP Support?

Another +1 for basic networking tools available on a basic networked device.

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Re: SNMP Support?

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another +1 for basic network tools...come on people...this should have been a given.

 

SNMP...SSH...client names associated...speed testing...etc.



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Re: SNMP Support?

Noted, thanks for the suggestion.
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Re: SNMP Support?

Plus one from me for SNMP.

I was monitoring my previous home router via SNMP and Cacti for a decade or even more.

I didn't even expect this one won't have such a simple feature...

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Re: SNMP Support?

I replied in the other thread on SNMP.
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Re: SNMP Support?

So I have to login and browse to another thread to have you tell me

"There is currently no plan to implement SNMP on the airCube. For monitoring, we are prioritizing UNMS."

 

I certainly wont be buying any more, and wont recommend the product now.

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How can you not consider SNMP support as a basic feature? In todays world my basline is really SNMPv3, but to not even plan for SNMP is ubforgivable (and is pretty trivial to implement even for a linux based platform).

Regards Mike

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The AirCubes are easy enough to write off, but we've gotten rather skittish about this walled garden disease spreading to other UBNT gear that we're not in a position to write off so easily.

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Guys, message received. I will discuss SNMP support with the team, but at the moment our plan remains with UNMS. Should this change I will update.
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Hey @UBNT-SNK,

 

While your going that way, could you speak to them about the VERY necessary SSH being put in?

 

Thanks.



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SSH support is not planned at this time, but I will discuss it.
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Sigh.  UBNT not listening again.  I'd be interested if they did a poll as to what's a higher priority for most WISPS:- tools like SNMP, SSH, iPERF vs integration with a management tool that's not yet functional.  In the meantime, I and many other WISPS are using Mikrotik WiFi routers in customer homes because we need these types of features..

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Basic network management starts with command line access. Command line access is a well stocked toolbox. A web-based walled garden management system is relying on the neighbor kid to solve real world problems with his legos.

 

Stuff like this makes me never want to be a customer of a WISP - chances are way too high that the service I rely on will be designed and operated by people using legos rather than actual tools.

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Well, at least if they choose not to support SSH, SNMP, etc, they could make at least a possibilty to enable the DropBear service on our own with "no support".

Currently it's disabled in the hard way with no possibilities to enable.

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The message from Ubiquiti sounds a lot like they _won't_ do it rather than they _can't_ do it. They won't do it because they have a proprietary lego set they are creating and they want everyone locked into that instead of using standard tools. There is much angst in the NOC that this could become the direction Ubiquiti goes with the rest of their gear as well, so we're still hoping that we're reading the tea leaves wrong.

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Guys, as I mentioned before, feedback received and it is being discussed with the team.
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Re: SNMP Support?

if you can put, juniper, fortinet, huawei, mikrotik, and cisco in UNMS, it will be great, but in that case, please enable SNMP.

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Yep.... And Grandstream, Asterisk, CentOS, Adtran, Pfsense, Cyberpower, and the dozens of others that all have to dance to the same music for this global communications network to function for customers. 

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