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snmp.conf(5)			  Apple Inc.			  snmp.conf(5)

       snmp.conf - snmp configuration file for cups

       The  snmp.conf  file configures the CUPS SNMP printer discovery backend
       and is  normally located in the /etc/cups directory. Each line  in  the
       file can be a configuration directive, a blank line, or a comment. Com‐
       ment lines start with the # character.

       The SNMP backend uses the SNMPv1 protocol to discover network printers,
       collecting  information	from  the Host MIB along with intelligent port
       probes to determine the correct device URI and make and model for  each
       printer. Future versions of CUPS will likely support the new Port Moni‐
       tor MIB as well.

       The following directives are understood by the SNMP  backend.   Consult
       the on-line help for detailed descriptions:

       Address @IF(name)

       Address @LOCAL

       Address address
	    Sends  SNMP	 broadcast  queries  to the specified address(es). The
	    default address is "@LOCAL" which broadcasts  to  all  LAN	inter‐

       Community name
	    Specifies  a  SNMP	community  to  query. The default community is

       DebugLevel N
	    Sets the debug logging level to N; 0  disables  debug  logging,  1
	    enables  basic logging, 2 displays SNMP values, and 3 displays raw
	    hex data.

       HostNameLookups on

       HostNameLookups off
	    Specifies whether the addresses of printers should be converted to
	    hostnames or left as numeric IP addresses. The default is "off".

       MaxRunTime seconds
	    Specifies the maximum number of seconds that the SNMP backend will
	    scan the network for printers.


       Copyright 2007 by Apple Inc.

31 July 2006		  Common UNIX Printing System		  snmp.conf(5)

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