Re: LOG reject SNMP queries

From: Glenn Chisholm <>
Date: Thu, 21 Jan 1999 10:52:57 -0700 (MST)

> 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?

        Not at the moment, however I can add a level one debug message for
any rejected requests. That would give you the information in cache.log as
long as you had debug ALL,1 set? Would that do what you are after?

Received on Thu Jan 21 1999 - 09:54:02 MST

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