a script that can send an sms (message by phone) during an alert
I do not use and I can not use the software Orion NCM Web Console Is there another solution that allows you to do what I seen
Can you give me more information on Solarwinds Alert Manager (win32 app) on the use of script and receiving sms message by phone thank you
By the way you can't telnet to 161 to check access - SNMP uses UDP and the telnet command attempts to make a TCP connection.
You could conceivably telnet from the router to SolarWinds on 162 to see of the trap port is open in that direction.
<< This (TCP/162) doesn't seem to work for SOLARWINDS as it doesn't seem to have TCP/162 open. Other SNMP servers may have use TCP/162, however. Use of UDP for SNMP traffic is much more common than TCP>>
I tried entering this:
User Access Verification
Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.
switch(config)#snmp-server community "string" ro
switch(config)#snmp-server enable traps
switch(config)#snmp-server host x.x.x.x version 2c "string"
whats the PM?
Go to Manage Nodes, then click on Add Node, and you will get this screen:
Put your IP address where the red arrow is pointing to, and click on the Test button where the green arrow is. If you don't get a successful message, then you need to check the connectivity between your Orion server and your device.
Before you do that, try this: go to the SolarWinds server. Run "c:\Program Files (x86)\SolarWinds\Orion\snmpwalk.exe". Put in your IP address, then click Scan. Do you get any results?
I ran the snmp walk and recieved no results.
I tried to telnet to the switch on port 161 from a laptop plugged directly into the switch and it would not connect. So I do not think it's my firewall either. How do I print the access lists?
Did you change the community string from "public" to something else? I was assuming you were using "public", but if you weren't, you would need to enter that string when you run the snmpwalk.
First see if you have any - do "show access-list" and/or "show ip access-list".
If they exist, then you have to see if they are applied and to which interface.
You can do a "show run interface Fast 0/0" (or similar depending on what interfaces you have)" to see if you have an "access-group" applied.
There is another way of applying an access list directly to SNMP but from what you described above, you have not done that.
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