Some of you may have some trouble on finding the EngineID on a Palo Alto appliance when trying to setup SNMPv3 traps.
Here are the steps I took to find the EngineID of the Palo Alto 3020.
Step 1 - Enable SNMPv3 on the Palo Alto.
Here is a quick tutorial on how to do it Adding Palo Alto 3020 using SNMPv3
Step 2 - Download the the GetSNMP tool from here: http://www.snmpsoft.com/freetools/snmpget.html
- Save the "SnmpGet.exe: file on the "C:" drive
- Open the Command Prompt and make sure you are on the C:\
- Enter this command
c:\>SnmpGet.exe -r:10.4.5.6 -v:3 -sn:admin -ap:SHA -aw:solarwinds -pp:AES128 -pw:solarwinds -o:126.96.36.199.188.8.131.52.1.1.0
-r: = Palo Alto IP address
-sn: = SNMP user name
-ap: = Authentication Protocol
-aw: = Authentication Password
-pp: = Privacy Protocol
-pw: = Privilege Password
-o: = OID of the "Engine ID"
Once you press enter, you should get this result:
I hope this was informative.