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Old 08-25-2016, 01:22 AM
bbriel bbriel is offline
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Default SNMPv2c on VSP9000

Hi all.

I have a problem getting SNMPv2c to work on the VSP9000 series routers. We use Solarwinds Orion for network monitoring and reporting and SNMP works fine with all other Avaya and even Hirschman switches but I just can't get anything from the VSP 9000. Here is what I have tried so far:

snmp-server authentication-trap enable
snmp-server community xxxxxxxx index first secname initialview
snmp-server contact OfficeName
snmp-server force-iphdr-sender enable
snmp-server force-trap-sender enable
snmp-server host <IP of Orion server> port 161 v2c SNMPv2c filter SNMPfilterv2c
snmp-server location Location
snmp-server name RouterName
snmp-server sender-ip <IP of Orion server>
snmp-server user test1 md5 xxxxxxxxx
snmp-server group ro "" no-auth-no-priv notify-view 20

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Old 11-17-2016, 10:10 PM
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Does the log show anything when SNMP polling attempts?

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