Right now we are using SEA. There is no restriction configured on the mibs
that are accessible. When I do a snmpwalk on the box it looks like I get
all the information (ip.ipAddrTable. ....) The only restriction configured
is on the hosts that can perform the snmp queries.
I tested with an other system with the same configuration and I get the
same result: Netview discover the interface but without snmp access. I will
have to run a trace to see if it stop on the same snmp variable.
is UCD any better than SEA ? (I know our Unix team doesn't like the idea of
using "non supported" software.)
as snmpwalk is able to read what look like all the mib, i suspect it's a
discovery problem .. (?)
any idea ?
Salutations, / Regards,
Francois Le Hir
Network Projects & Consulting Services
IBM Global Services
Phone: (514) 205 6695
Date: Fri, 06 Sep 2002 08:25:13 +0100
To: Francois Le Hir <flehir AT ca.ibm DOT com>,
NetView mailing list <nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com>
From: Jane Curry <jane.curry AT skills-1st.co DOT uk>
Subject: Re: [nv-l] Problem to discover SUN server with snmp access
Message-ID: <3D785859.EF695AC AT skills-1st.co DOT uk>
Are you running SUN's own SEA agent or the UCD agent? Check the config of
agent. It looks to me like the agent maybe permits access to the system
of MIB2 but not other parts. This tends to be typical with the UCD agent.
will need to open access to all of MIB2 to get NetView to really think he
Francois Le Hir wrote:
> I am trying to get Netview to discover a SUN server with snmp. The
> community string is in the file communityNames.conf. Netmon has the -h
> option. The ip address of the server is in the seed file in order to
> discovery as soon as I restart netmon.
> The server get discovered in Netview but without the snmp access, as if
> community string was not available.
> I checked that I can talk snmp to the server and I traced netmon (-M15)
> see how netmon discover the device. (see the trace below) Apparently
> Netview talk snmp to the device but stop on the variable IPaddr. The
> never get added in the snmp database.
> Do you have any idea what could be the problem ?
> Salutations, / Regards,
> Francois Le Hir
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