I installed an eval of IPAM and tried to use the SNMP discovery to scan a few of our routers to get a list of all our subnets. I have tried scanning a whole bunch of different devices it does not find anything. After each attempt it shows 0 subnets in the results.
I thought maybe DEP was preventing the scan from running but I disabled that rebooted and still am not getting any results.
Hi ding, were you/your team able to provide a resolution to this? Evaluating IPAM as well and getting zero results when running a discovery through a router. All ports are allowed throught the FW and SNMP works fine as well.
I would narrow it down to discovery a single device router or switch
to see if the issue is an access list on the device blocking snmp traffic.
We create an access list called SNMP-Access and apply to all networking config. In this config we allow all traffic from core,web,pollers and sql
please make sure you have communication first by logging into the router or switch ping your core server where you have IPAM or Poller engine.
then login to your IPAM Server ans ping router or switch.
You can turn on debugging mode on your network switch to see if snmp traffic is being seen.
debug snmp packets.
Run the discovery on the single device
login to switch run
Check to see if any communication is happening
i am also evalueting this product.
So in the SNMP scan it gets its a cisco device, it gets Location but not Mac, Vendor or Hostname.
can you help me?
I have same problem. Could you provide solution? Already i created case in customer portal, but they silent. I can give you our customer portal ID via email.
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