I have 2960 configured for SNMPv3, and LMS 4.2.3 which can poll 2960 without problem.
But in the user tracking, I can see VLAN / Port / Switch where a user is connected, but I haven't his MAC address nor his IP.
Here is the 2960 conf :
ip access-list standard SUP-ACCESS-RW
ip sla responder
snmp-server group SUPERVISION-RW v3 priv read sup-view-rw write sup-view-rw notify sup-view-rw access SUP-ACCESS-RW
snmp-server view sup-view-rw iso included
snmp-server location "-------"
snmp-server contact "-----"
snmp-server enable traps snmp authentication linkdown linkup coldstart warmstart
snmp-server enable traps cpu threshold
snmp-server enable traps port-security trap-rate 1
snmp-server enable traps envmon fan shutdown supply temperature status
snmp-server enable traps storm-control trap-rate 1
snmp-server enable traps bridge newroot topologychange
snmp-server host 192.168.20.104 version 3 auth cisco-prime
snmp ifmib ifindex persist
switch# show snmp user
User name: cisco-prime
Engine ID: 80000009030004DAD2367A81
storage-type: nonvolatile active
Authentication Protocol: MD5
Privacy Protocol: AES128
Do you know what is the problem ?
In order for the device to allow SNMPv3 vlan context-based queries to be processed, the following must be added to the configuration for EVERY vlan that you want user tracking to collect information on: “snmp-server group
v3 context vlan-X” (where X is the vlan number) Perform the following on the switch to help show which vlans require this command:
"show snmp context" Solution: Configure the switch to allow vlan context queries.
I hope this will help
If I have 90 vlans, I have to add 90 snmp-server .... lines on each switch ?
Is there a command to include all vlans ?
Try this command
snmp-server group v3lms v3 priv context vlan- match prefix
this should work for you..
If my post helped you,kindly mark is resolved
This answer doesn't solve my problem.
I can see this morning that User Tracking is OK on 5 switchs only, and after calling the customer, I learnt that these switchs rebooted during the night.
Is there a command to reload the SNMP process istead of restart the all 200 switches ?
Yes there a procedure to restart the SNMPD process on Nexus ,but for that you need to go to TAC.
Run a new DATA Collection ,followed by user tracking and see how it works