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Discovery and the performance of your system is more efficient when you use your organization's SNMP credentials in the SNMP tab rather than common SNMP v2 community strings. Custom SNMP credentials put less traffic on the network. Hello World #3 configuration enables you to see that the results from each method are roughly the same, but system performance is improved when you use your organization's unique set of credentials.

Configuration Settings

After importing the configuration, browse in your Command Center to Settings > Zones, click each tab, and then click Edit to see the protocols and settings associated with it. The following matrix summarizes what you'll see.  You can also use this table to manually configure zone collectors.


Hello World #3
1Tab Name
Collector ACollector B
2Zone Networks
3


Set Known
Set Internal
Set Eligible (Make this the same as the Target List space)
Leave empty


Zone Collectors

4Rescan intervalSet as 8 hours (480 min)Set as 6 hours (360 min)
5

Discovery Spaces

Import Target List
Import or input Avoid List
Import or input Stop List

Leave empty

6

Broadcast

Use ARP
Use ICMPv6
Use DHCP
No changes/Don't enable
7

OSPF

Enable OSPF
Include OSPF data
No changes/Don't enable
8

BGP

optionalNo changes/Don't enable
9

DNS

Enable DNS LabelingNo changes/Don't enable
10

SNMP

Use Common SNMPv2c Creds
Collect Interface Data 
Collect Layer 2 Data 
Collect Routes
Set Max Route Table Size: 5000
Skip BGP Routers

Use common SNMPv2c creds
Do not collect route data
Do not collect L2 data
Do not collect interface data

11

Path

Use ICMP
Use SNMP
Use DNS
Use UDP High Port
Trace to Hosts

Trace Discovered Routes

Set Maximum Consecutive Stealths
Set Maximum Unknown Hops

No changes/Don't enable
12

Host


Target Discovered Routes
Use ICMP

Use SNMP
Use DNS 
Use UDP High Port
Custom TCP Port 80

No changes/Don't enable
13Port
No changes/Don't enableUse Vulnerable Ports
Use Infection Ports
14ProfileNo changes/Don't enableCollect Windows File Sharing
     (SMB/CIFS Profiling)
Collect HTTP
HTTP Ports: 80 
HTTPS Ports: 443
15

Leak

Use ICMP
Use SNMP
Use DNS
Use UDP High Port
Interface:  Use remote Scout interface
No changes/Don't enable

If you have any questions or need help along the way, please contact Lumeta Support.


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