I have a third party tool I'm trying to use and it wants to connect through SNMP to gather information. I can connect to my Cisco switches and routers but not my ASAs. They all use the same community 'pubs'.
DAYASA# sh run snmp-server snmp-server host Inside 192.168.200.13 poll community pubs version 2c snmp-server host Inside 192.168.200.53 community pubs snmp-server location Day no snmp-server contact snmp-server community pubs snmp-server enable traps snmp authentication linkup linkdown coldstart snmp-server enable traps syslog
The 192.168.200.53 IP is my MARS unit and it talks to the ASA so I know SNMP works, at least, in part. The tool I'm trying to use isn't on a specific machine but shouldn't 'snmp-server community pubs' allow anything to connect?
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