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Do SNMP agents and servers(LMS 2.5) have to be in the same subnet?

Hi mates :)

I have an SNMP enabled switch and a Network management server with LMS 2.5 installed.

My question: Do server's IP address and switch's IP address have to be in the same subnet in order to send/recieve SNMP traps and use other SNMP features properly?

My switch's IP address (IP address of Interface VLAN 1)is 10.10.10.1/8

Would SNMP works if I assign 192.168.1.1/24 to Server (LMS 2.5 installed)

(LMS 2.5 Server is directly connected to the switch)

For some reason I need my switch's IP address in a different subnet then and LMS 2.5 Server

Thanks for helping :)

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Re: Do SNMP agents and servers(LMS 2.5) have to be in the same s

As long as there is a router to interconnect these subnets (10.10.10.x and 192.x.x.x) that allows the SNMP traffic then this should work.

SNMP, syslog and other traffic normaly passes unless filtered.

cheers,

Michel

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Re: Do SNMP agents and servers(LMS 2.5) have to be in the same s

As long as there is a router to interconnect these subnets (10.10.10.x and 192.x.x.x) that allows the SNMP traffic then this should work.

SNMP, syslog and other traffic normaly passes unless filtered.

cheers,

Michel

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Re: Do SNMP agents and servers(LMS 2.5) have to be in the same s

thanks Michel :)

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