-Input the IP address of your SNMP remote into the "Address:" field.
-Click the "Advanced..." button and specify the appropriate IP port (default is 161 for most SNMP devices) and any other necessary settings for your SNMP remote.
Examine the packets captured by Ethereal, looking for SNMP in the "Protocol" column -You can sort packets by protocol by click the "Protocol" column header to group all SNMP packets together
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