SNMP Error

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Aug 14th, 2008
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I have 2 router 6506 series connecting to the same management node, they both have an Identical configuration, as they are redundant of each other, with Loopback interface as the trap-source interface, the way the network is physically configured, is that RouterB goes through RouterA to get to Network node.


Now the real problem is that RouterB can send and recieve traps from the node, while RouterA recieve the request from the node, but broadcast the reply traffic.

RouterA

114 172.21.68.127:1721 <-> 10.140.254.40:161

S 4 ms LEN 430 10.140.254.40:161 <-> 255.255.255.255:1721


RouterB

R 92 ms LEN 55 172.21.68.127:2577 <-> 10.140.254.41:161

S 4 ms LEN 56 10.140.254.41:161 <-> 172.21.68.127:2577

R 92 ms LEN 55 172.21.68.127:2579 <-> 10.140.254.41:161


RouterA is the active node, while RouterB is the standby node.


Could this be a bug. Please help..




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Joe Clarke Thu, 08/14/2008 - 09:10
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What version of IOS are these routers running?

m-taiwo Wed, 09/10/2008 - 07:52
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Here is the installed IOS as reqested...



"sup-bootdisk:s3223-advipservicesk9_wan-vz.122-18.SXF10.bin"


Thanks for your help...


Joe Clarke Wed, 09/10/2008 - 07:57
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I don't see any bugs relating to SNMP and broadcast. I recommend you open a TAC service request, so they can take a look at your device configurations and topology in more detail.

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