I was trying to configure my SNMP Community on CUCM Cluster and its relative destinations but unfortunately I couldn’t access the content of the tab SNMP -> V1/V2c -> Notification Destination in Servicability interface.
I’m stuck with the error “SystemError. Contact System Administrator” if I chose to enter the configuration of the server I’m login from, and the error “unable to access SNMP Configuration” from the other servers configuration pages.
I’m using three servers in my cluster with CUCM version 184.108.40.20600-7.
also I'm keep receiving on my third Party Syslog server: "enterprise=220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168.5.5, enterprise_mib_name=authenticationFailure" from all cluster servers.
I have tried to restart the Cisco CallManager SNMP service on my 3 servers but still the same.
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