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Configuring the SNMP service for use with Kaspersky Security Center

8 April 2024

ID 263978

This section describes how to configure the SNMP service on Windows to get information from Administration Server by using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

SNMP support is disabled by default on Windows.

To enable SNMP support in Windows:

  1. Navigate to Control Panel.
  2. Open the Add or Remove Programs menu.
  3. Click Turn Windows features on or off.
  4. In the Windows features list, navigate to the SNMP feature, and then click OK.
  5. Navigate to Control PanelAdministrative ToolsServices.
  6. Choose the SNMP service and run it.
  7. Check if listening works by testing it with netstat for a standard UPD-port.

SNMP support is enabled on Windows.

To configure SNMP services in Windows:

  1. Make sure that the SNMP agent component of Kaspersky Security Center was installed during regular or silent installation.
  2. Make sure that the SNMP Service and SNMP Trap Windows services are running.
  3. Make sure that ManageEngine MIB Browser is installed on your system.
  4. In the SNMP Service service properties, on the Security tab, add two communities with the following rights:

    Community

    Rights

    kaspersky

    NOTIFY

    public

    READ WRITE

  5. In the Accept SNMP packets from these hosts field, add the IP address of the device where ManageEngine MIB Browser is installed, for example, 10.10.10.105.
  6. On the Traps tab, type kaspersky in the Community name field.
  7. Click OK to save changes and close the service properties window.
  8. In ManageEngine MIB Browser, load adminkit.mib file from the Kaspersky Security Center installation folder. By default, the adminkit.mib file is in <Disk>:\Program Files\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Security Center\snmp folder.
  9. In the Host field of ManageEngine MIB Browser window, add IP address of the device where Kaspersky Security Center Administration Server is installed.

The SNMP service is configured to get information from Administration Server by using Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP).

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