One thing to check is if you have a Read/Write Comminity String set for the devices (I see you are uninstalling IPAM and NTA, so am wondering if you used IPSLA at some stage).
You can run SNMPWalk against the devices and/or a Wireshark and see what's failing. Also check if any ACLs on the devices have changed.
hi, thanks for the quick reply
for those 4 devices they have the correct read and write strings,
there is acl, but it's the same ACL as all devices (there was a mass roll out)
we do use IPSLA, and thats working ok, we not got the module you pay for or the trial, it's just ipsla setup on the devices
will try snmpwalk
wireshard'd already and not really showing anything
i have run mib walk, and it's comeback with over 120000 responses,
can see any that failed, but i was only quickly scanning, the fact it have come back with that amount, is surely confirmation that access is fine :)
what i dont understand is when an uninstall is done, why isn't it cleaning up the database.
thus possibly (if it is the cause) causing this greif
on the wireshark,
would you have anyidea what i secificaly should be looking for
and i see lots od get-requests, then followed by a get-response
it dont show and failures
One thought: did you make the SNMP changes in NCM also?