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 From:  Thomas Hertz <thomas at hz dot se>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] pb18 with SNMP
 Date:  Sun, 12 Oct 2003 12:09:13 +0200
Since I've eagerly awaited the snmp support I tried upgrading through 
the ftp process. Sad to say, I get this:

ftp> put generic-pc-pb18r522.img
local: generic-pc-pb18r522.img remote: generic-pc-pb18r522.img
229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||49156|)
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for 'generic-pc-pb18r522.img'.
100% |*************************************|  4520 KB    3.49 MB/s    
00:00 ETA
452 Error writing file: No space left on device.
4628848 bytes sent in 00:01 (3.45 MB/s)

There's obviously a little too little space on the ramdisk, so I guess 
I'll have to flash the card manually. =(

Thomas Hertz

Manuel Kasper wrote:

>Thanks to Rob Whyte's efforts on reducing snmpd to just about 260 KB
>(based on ucd-snmp 4.2.6), there is now an SNMP agent in m0n0wall pb18. As
>always, it can be configured/started via the web interface and is off by
>default. Note that while there's just read-only access, you use this
>feature on your own risk - I don't recommend opening up SNMP to the
>Internet. Also, because of size constraints, the number of MIB modules
>available is limited - it's mostly designed for those who wish to use MRTG
>with their m0n0walls (i.e. all the interface MIBs are included).
>On a side note, Dnsmasq has been upgraded to 1.17 to fix a potential crash
>when used with the DHCP lease registration feature.
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