7.1(3)SU2 CCMService SNMP Trap Destination community string drop down empty

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Jun 16th, 2010

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CallManager 7.1(3)SU2 on MCS7835I3

CCMService > SNMP >v1v2 > Notification Destination > Add New

SNMP Notification Destination Configuration

Community String <Drop Down> is empty

In Tools > Control Center - Features Services I’ve restarted Cisco CallManager SNMP Service but still don’t get anything under Notification Community String drop down, even though SNMP > v1/v2> Community String shows the community string I entered. I even tried delete community string/restart SNMP/add string with the Create New Community String in the Notification Destination menu.

I have this problem too.
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David Hailey Thu, 06/24/2010 - 06:47

Well, here's the first thing - you are using SNMP V1 or V2?  V2C is more common in my experience.  If that's what you're using, then in the SNMP Version field, you need to specify V2C for the Community Strings to populate.

Hailey

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