Question with SNMP Enumeration

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    • #6929

      I am trying to understand why running both these tools is giving me different results or information. I am referring to “snmpwalk” and “snmpenum”.

      I ran both these against a linux host. Primarily snmpenum outputs the running tcp/udp services while snmpwalk is showing nothing.

      Just wanted to understand if this is (or not) related to command switches.

      Here is my input:

      snmpwalk -c public -v1 ip-address 1

      Thanks in advance

    • #43024

      I’m interested in learning how these work as well, so I’ve been doing a little searching to see if I can lend a hand.  SNMP is something I need to learn more about…

      The “1” after the IP address, what’s that for?  And have you tried specifying different SNMP versions with the “-v” option, or do you know it’s v1 running on your target machine?

    • #43025

      I would agree with lorddicranius.  Ensure that the snmp version is 1 and not 2c or 3. You could use nmap (NSE) scripts to help.  They have snmp scripts that might help you out.  I think they even use some form of snmpwalk in the scripts anyway.  Hopefully that helps.

    • #43026

      I tried v2c but again the result was same as v1. It was inconsistent with the other tool I mentioned. I haven’t tried version 3 so that’s something I should poke around.

    • #43027

      You should start learning how SNMP works and what MIBs and OIDs are

    • #43028

      Been a while since i messed with SNMP, but try replacing your 1 at the end of your command with a .

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