How is SNMP Traps details experimental arrived? From Solarwinds server, why is there some SNMP Traps details (experimental = IP Address) and the destination IP Address is different to each other while to/from other router is the same. Please see sample attachment. Thanks
This is not a typical varbind for these traps. Do you have sniffer trace showing the raw traps from these devices? I have seen some hits in Google that points to this being something that might be coming from the manager (i.e. Solarwinds) rather than the agent.
unfortunately we were not able to get sniff trace for the experimental having the same value as the source ip address.
We just don't know how snmp trap experimental is evaluated by a snmp server. We are wondering why Solarwinds works and able to get the snmp traps even if the ip add value of the experimental is different from the source ip add (in our testing, it was the solarwinds ip add).
When it's another snmp application (Clarity), snmp traps are unsuccessfully interpreted when experimental and source ip add values are different. No problem if its equal value.
We are thinking if there are other tweak configs on the source router to make it work.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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