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From: BAUDOUX BERNARD
Sent: jeudi 19 septembre 2002 09:05
To: 'john.j.mackney AT accenture DOT com'
Subject: RE: [nv-l] authenticationFailure trap received from enterprise
As you guessed, 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.48 is the OID for Cisco 7505 routers. You can
get a complete list of those OIDs from the ciscoProducts MIB
The fact you can query your router does not mean this one doesn't send any
authentication failure traps, maybe you're not the only one to use SNMP on your
Cisco devices use a variable ($1) in which the address trying to access the
device without the right community (or without being allowed to by an
access-list on the device) appears.
Add this variable in your trapd definition and see who is offending your device.
Hope this helps,
From: john.j.mackney AT accenture DOT com <mailto:john.j.mackney AT accenture
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Sent: mercredi 18 septembre 2002 17:11
To: nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com <mailto:nv-l AT lists.tivoli DOT com>
Subject: [nv-l] authenticationFailure trap received from enterprise cisco
I have NetView 7.1.2 on Solaris 8 (+All recommended SUN patches)
Since I turned NetView on this week I keep getting loads of traps like the
A authenticationFailure trap received from enterprise cisco with 1
argument: authAddr= "my_netview_server"
SPECIFIC : 0 (hex: 0)
GENERIC : 4
CATEGORY : Status Events
ENTERPRISE : cisco 22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199.48
SOURCE : Agent (A)
HOSTNAME : "cisco 7505's IP address"
SEVERITY : Indeterminate
LOGGEDTIME : 09/18/02 06:25:01 AM
If I click Browse MIB and follow down the tree I can get to
But I cannot find the final .48 in the tree.
I do not think the error is related to community names as when I click
"Start Query" anywhere in the MIB tree, I get in the messages window if the
Note using community "our_read_Community_Name" for node "cisco 7505's IP
and it returns a value
Anyone know what's happening. I get similar traps from other cisco devices
(but obviously with either OID values - which also do not resolve the last
Is this because the OS of the cisco devices do not match the MIBs I have
Please - any info anyone - out network managers are complaining about the
volume of traps.
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