Re: Cisco 2960 switch not able to extract Inventory Report for t
Dave is absolutely right. The '@' is a special character used by Cisco devices for dereferencing different instances of the same MIB. You must never use '@' in the community string of a switch, and you cannot use it on routers if you will be doing things like MPLS.
If you're trying to come up with odd characters for your community strings, it really doesn't help much. The strings are still passed in clear text on the wire. If you are concerned about SNMP security, consider moving to SNMPv3, or using a community string with access-lists and views to limit access.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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