lms 2.6 - cannot get snmp walk v3 to return context mib data
I am trying to get Campus Manager to use snmp v3 on 3750 but it appears that CM is not able to query snmp v3 contexted mib data (dot1dBridge). I have read all related posts that I could find but I'm obviously missing something somewhere.
3750 is running 12.2(35)SE2
snmp-server engineID local xxxxxxxxx
snmp-server group v3group v3 auth access 2
snmp-server user v3user v3group auth sha yyyyyy
snmp-server group v3group auth context vlan-154
snmp-server group v3group v3 auth write v1default
snmp v3 non-context queries using SNMP WALK work fine and when I configure snmp v2 community I can also use v2 indexed walks successfully. However when I do a v3 context walk I get this error:
The following is a SNMP walk of device 10.3.154.4 starting from dot1dBridge.dot1dStp.dot1dStpPortTable
Re: lms 2.6 - cannot get snmp walk v3 to return context mib data
Thank you for responding, Joe.
Sorry, the context config was a typo.
I've now verified the snmp v3 context functionality on the 3750 with a third-party mib browser so I'm left with something not working/configured right in LMS. My next step is to compare network traces from LMS' SNMP WALK tool and the third party browser.
Joe, I am experiencing this exact same issue with a 2960x. I have pushed the config out to other switches in the campus and I can walk them just fine without defining a context but when I define a context the walk times out.
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