My organisation has around 100 1700 series routers within its network. I am trying to set up Cisco Works Windows using SNMPc. My problem is that on that map some of these routers respond to snmp agents and some don't, and so SNMPc has to use ping to see these devices. When I do 'sh snmp' I have noticed that SNMP Logging is Disabled. Is this my problem ?? How can I reactive SNMP in the routers that do not respond to SNMP agents ??
From the CWW PC, first try to poll the not responding device directly using any SNMPWalk tools (UCD-SNMP Freeware tools-> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=12694) to see if you get a response or not. This will narrow down the problem to CWW or with the device itself, in case there's a SNMP connectivity issue. On the device once you configure the SNMP community strings, the SNMP agent is On.
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