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Old 01-17-2013, 11:28 PM
alexsafonov alexsafonov is offline
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Hi, all
trying to install FPM 6.0 SP8 and found that it try to query G430 gateway via UDP 162 and G430 doesn't reply on this port. I was able to query G430 via SNMPWalk on port 161. So do you know how to enable 162 on G430 or change port setting in FPM?
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Old 01-22-2013, 04:41 PM
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By default port 161 is used for SNMP queries and port 162 for SNMP traps. The ports are defined on the Linux OS level in the /etc/services file.
We may need to request this customer to open a SR to track down this issue.
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