- Open the terminal screen by clicking on the terminal icon on the top-left corner:
- From the main terminal screen, you should be at a Command Prompt of root@kali:~#.
- Perform a simple scan of the target device using snmp-check. By default, many SNMP implementation uses public and private as default SNMP passwords. If we know the password or can guess it, we can substitute it for the default public in the following command:
snmp-check -v2c -c public 188.8.131.52
- Looking at the output we see a significant amount of information was displayed about the host. There is network interface information, routing information, services ...