LOG reject SNMP queries

From: Matija Grabnar <Matija.Grabnar@dont-contact.us>
Date: Thu, 21 Jan 1999 13:49:41 +0100

Is there any way to log rejected (by ACL) SNMP queries to squid?
I've been working with SNMP, and because I had some trouble I was
using promiscous mode on the ethernet port. I saw some people who had
no bussiness getting SNMP from our cache poking our 3401 port.

Unfortunately, the snoop log had no timestamps, so I couldn't do anything
about it. It got me thinking though. If I saw two attempts in barely
more than half an hour, what else is going on?

So, is there any way to log SNMP access to squid?

"My name is Not Important. Not to friends. 
    But you can call me mr. Important"  - Not J. Important 
Received on Thu Jan 21 1999 - 04:51:55 MST

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