Re: nnmsnmpwalk for snmpv3 devices (252 Views)
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hp4u
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nnmsnmpwalk for snmpv3 devices

Hi,

I am getting below error while running  nnmsnmpwalk.ovpl for snmpv3 deviices,Any suggestion on this.

 

E:\APPS\NNMI\bin>nnmsnmpwalk.ovpl -u system -p nnmi910 -port 161 -v 3 -c abc0g001 -a MD5 -v3u SNMPv3 sensor xxx1-abc-01 sysName
Unable to resolve OID SNX1-IDS-01

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hp4u
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Dave Young
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Re: nnmsnmpwalk for snmpv3 devices

Hi,

 

  The command you are using is not quite corret for an snmpv3 device.

 

nnmsnmpwalk.ovpl -u system -p nnmi910 -port 161 -v 3 -c abc0g001 -a MD5 -v3u SNMPv3 sensor xxx1-abc-01 sysName

 

The -c option is not required for a v3 device

if the user is called "SNMPv3 sensor" then you need to quote it.

You need to specify the auth password or not provide the -a if you are going to rely on NNMi to use its internal v3 configuration for the device.  

 

So try

 

nnmsnmpwalk.ovpl -u system -p nnmi910 -port 161 -v 3 -v3u "SNMPv3 sensor" xxx1-abc-01 sysName

or

nnmsnmpwalk.ovpl -u system -p nnmi910 -port 161 -v 3 -v3u "SNMPv3 sensor" -a MD5 -A <authpass> xxx1-abc-01 sysName

 

  All the best

 

Dave Y

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Re: nnmsnmpwalk for snmpv3 devices

Hi Dave,

Can you tell me what is "AuthPass" and where i can find it.

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Dave Young
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Re: nnmsnmpwalk for snmpv3 devices

Hi,

 

  the -A and -X options are for the password phrases for the authentication adn privacy protocols respectively.  So you would need to replace the "<authpass>" with the MD5 password phrase that you configured in the device.  Also if the device is configured for privacy you need to add the options   -x <privProtocol> -X <privpass>   as well  - substituting the correct values for the options.

 

  All the best

 

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