NOTE: This and all SNMP related parameters are available in YumaPro SDK 17.10+. This parameter is only useful if the with-snmp parameter is set true; otherwise there is no SNMP functionality for the netconfd-pro server.


The snmp-subagent-priority parameter determines which priority netconfd-pro will be assigned when running as an SNMP-subagent.

This parameter is only relevant when netconfd-pro is also configured with the parameter snmp-agent-role=subagent


The snmp-subagent-priority parameter is a value between 1 and 255, used to achieve a desired configuration when different sessions register identical or overlapping regions.

Subagents with no particular knowledge of priority should register with the default value of 127.


In the master agent's dispatching algorithm, smaller values of priority take precedence over larger values, as described in section IETF RFC 2741, section 7.1.4.1 "Handling Duplicate and Overlapping Subtrees"


The snmp-subagent-priority parameter can be set via the command line when starting netconfd-pro like this:

 

user@system> netconfd-pro --snmp-subagent-priority=1


or set in netconfd-pro's configuration file, located by default at /etc/yumapro/netconfd-pro.conf:


#### leaf snmp-subagent-priority
#
# Spefifies SNMP subagent priority.
# A value between 1 and 255, used to achieve a desired
# configuration when different sessions register identical or
# overlapping regions. The default is 127.
#
# In the master agent's dispatching algorithm, smaller values
# of priority take precedence over larger values.
#
# snmp-subagent-priority 127
#
snmp-subagent-priority 1