Yes, Solarwinds Orion is compatable with Cisco ASA-5500, I have 5510's and I have it working. My configs are as follows:
snmp-server group Authentication&Encryption v3 priv
snmp-server user netspy Authentication&Encryption v3 encrypted
snmp-server Authentication md5 hash priv aes128 hash
snmp-server host inside ip address version 3 netspy
snmp-server enable traps...
SNMP Port: 161
check box Allow 64 bit counters
SNMP v3 Authentication
Password: ***** (obviously must be exactly same as your ASA)
One thing I noticed in your config, not sure if you copied and pasted, but in your line "snmp-server host MANAGEMENT 10.10.10.10 version 3 Orion" you have a typo anmp-server host...
For me it was pretty simple to get running. I did initially have a problem with a typo in my password in the ASA and that was difficult to see since it was converted to HEX. I would suggest you check for these types of errors. Good luck!
Thanks for the info.
I basically typed in all the info manually, so I am not such a good typist....
(Cut & paste wont work for my security settings, plus I masked my real network info.)
The SNMP settings work fine for my Cisco 6500's, Nortel's, Junipers, and other devices, but not my ASA-5510.
I noticed that on the ASA's CLI, there is no configuration for "snmp-server view" to set the iso or MIB.
Seems the Read/Write access fails (ISO / MIB ?) according to the error message, but the messages are so vague, I don't know what it is.
For Troubleshooting purposes: I purposely used wrong passwords and ACL's to watch the logging, and I did get encyption errors or discarded UDP requests, so I know that is not the problem.
What version of the ASA IOS are you running?
I am ruining: 8.2(5)46 due to memory limitations, so maybe the versiojn you are running supports the MIB for Solarwinds...
Sorry it has taken so long to get back to you on this, busy, busy, busy...
I am running ver 9.1(5).
Have you tried going to https://www.cisco.com/pcgi-bin/Support/Errordecoder/index.cgi to look-up you errors? This is a pretty helpful tool cisco offers.
Did you ever get this working? I am having a similar issue. I have been over my config numerous times, but I can't get v3 to work. Wireshark captures on both the host and SW server show the snmp report getting to Solarwinds, but after that the software never sees it. This is happening with more than one model of Cisco device. I don't it. I am stumped. I don't know if there is some obvious config element I keep missing or what.
Yes, I did. Below are the steps I took.
Settings, Manage Windows Credentials, Add Windows Credentials (this is the username you will use in you ASA config).
Now go to:
Manage Node, Edit Node, select Most Devices: SNMP and ICMP, select SNMP version VNMPv3, SNMP Port: 161, check box to allow 64 bit counters
SNMPv3 Credentials: your username
On the ASA:
Add SNMP User, go to Configuration, Device Management, Management Access, SNMPv3 Users, click dropdown by Add and select SNMP User
Username: username created in Windows Credentials in SolarWinds
Password Type: Encrypted
Authentication Algorithm: MD5
Type in Authentication password (same used in SolarWinds)
Encryption Algorithm: 3DES
Type in Encrypted password (same used in SolarWinds)
This worked for me, I hope it does for you as well. Good luck.
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So I finally got this to work. The fix was when editing the node in node properties, for SNMPv3, you only enter the user name and its password. You have to leave the context blank. Now I have 3 of my test devices added and will add a 4th today.
I noticed that IPv6 for SNMP is not yet available in the ASA5500 series. Has someone proved/disproved this?