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I discovered the problem by enabling all debug options for snmptrapd with -Dall: root@snmptrapper:~# snmptrapd -f -C -c /root/testsnmptrapd.conf -Le -Dall The issue turned out to be a bad context set in ~/.snmp/snmp.conf. I had created this file, early in the initial SNMPv3 setup. root@client:~# cat ~/.snmp/snmp.conf defContext none defVersion 3 ...


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OIDs set in the config file become read-only so this is why iso.3.6.1.2.1.1.5.0 is writable only if sysName is not set in config. To have meaningful MIBs, able to write to them and produce effect, one must load them or extend the agent himself.



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