Refer to the exhibit. A SNMP manager has IP address 172.16.1.120. The SNMP manager is unable to change configuration variables on the R1 SNMP agent. What could be the problem?
- The ACL of ACL_SNMP has not been implemented on an interface yet.
- The SNMP agent should have traps disabled.
- The IP address of the SNMP manager must be 172.16.1.1.
- The SNMP agent is not configured for write access.
Explanation: Because the SNMP manager is able to access the SNMP agent, the problem is not related to the ACL configuration. The SNMP agent configuration should have an access level configured of rw to support the SNMP manager set requests. The SNMP manager cannot change configuration variables on the SNMP agent R1 with only ro access. The IP address of the SNMP manager does not have to be 172.16.1.1 to make changes to the SNMP agent. The SNMP agent does not have to have traps disabled.
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