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SNMP and 4.1 / 4.1.1

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Under 4.0.x we were recording the traffic on the public interfaces of our PA500.

After upgrading to 4.1 this stopped working.

We dropped 4.1.1 on for other reasons but still no snmp.

If I try to do a snmpwalk on the PA500 I get nothing at all.

I couldn't find anything applicable in the 4.1 documents.

SNMP under Device -> Setup -> SNMP Setup appears to be configured.

Anyone able to provide me with some pointers as to where to look to re-enable the monitoring?

Cheers,

Scott

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L4 Transporter

Hi Scot,

Can you check the SNMP version you are using? SNMPv2 and SNMPv3 are supported from version 4.1

Marcle

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L4 Transporter

Hi Scot,

Can you check the SNMP version you are using? SNMPv2 and SNMPv3 are supported from version 4.1

Marcle

Thank you for the prompt reply.

I was using SNMP V1.  Changed it to V2c and I was able to retrieve data.

Thanks for your help!

Cheers,

Scott

I am having a similar problem having solarwinds monitor the PAN with SNMP.  I verified my settings in the SNMPsettings.  I am using version 2c and my community string is set. I also set the Service RouteConfiguration to use the interface assigned to my backbone network and specified the destination server of my solarwinds box.  I scan the PAN into solarwinds but I cannot connect via SNMP.Anybody run into this problem?

I am using version 4.1.4

Thanks

You might need to assign 'interface mgmt' on your dataplane interface to allow snmp.

- Create it under [Network tab] > Network Profiles > Interface Mgmt

- assign it on your interface editting window

Did you set it?

Regards,

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