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Be sure to enable management/SNMP on the port accessible by your NPM. Often it's easiest to mange the "Management" interface. Be sure to setup you communities and allowed IPs (0.0.0.0/0)
Thanks that solve it for me
Not a problem.
We're a 75% Juniper shop using switches and firewalls (and SSL boxes)
set snmp community "my.community.name" Read-Only Trap-off version v2c
set snmp community "health" Read-Only Trap-on traffic version v2c
set snmp host "my.community.name" 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0
set snmp host "health" 10.1.1.1 255.255.255.255 trap v2
set snmp contact "NOC"
set snmp name "Device Name to use as Node Name"
unset snmp auth-trap enable
set syslog config "10.1.1.1"
set syslog config "10.1.1.1" facilities local1 local1
set syslog enable
Using trust interface for snmp, Send traps and syslog to your NPM box, and I run off auth-traps which cause alot of noise.
Be sure trust in manageable and SNMP enabled under Interfaces.