said by ICDWILL117 : said by smcpimp365 :
Google is your friend. Look for SMC's SNMP Management Software - filename is (EliteView 604.zip). This software includes a MIB file for the SMC TigerSwitch 6924M. The mib is smc6924M.mib. This should allow you to access the switch using the public community string.
Ive finally managed to get snmp access but I really do not know how I would go about resetting the switch via snmp. the documentation isn't very clear at all. Not to mention, Iv'e never really messed with snmp before so I'm new to this.
Ok good news. I got the switch reset. I played around with the MIB browser and figured out what to do.
Thanks for the reply.
For future reference: Load the 6928M MIB or the system object ID, snmpv1, and connect to the switch via its IP address.
Browse to smc6924M > restartMgt > restartOptionReloadFactoryDefault and set value to 2. Then under restartAction, set value to 2. The switch will reboot and should set to factory defaults.