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Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is a family of network protocols used to manage devices such as routers, switches, computers and telephones working over an IP network. The main protocol for the transmission of SNMP messages is UDP and a standard port 161 is used to send and receive requests, while port 162 is used to capture trap signals from devices. It is also possible to use other protocols to forward requests, for example TCP.

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