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SNMP thru a pix firewall

I have recently turned on SNMP on my two host rtrs. ( clients )

I have given the CAUnicentre people the host file's which are nat'd IP's on the routers loopback IP address.

I have checked the CAUnicentre logs and see the "real" Ip address in the logs. Why is this???

The two rtr are consided on the outside of the pix f/wall. CAunicenter is considered to be on the inside.

I cannot ping their real IP's which is why I did an alias in the firewall. I can ping and telnet to their Nat'd IP's

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Re: SNMP thru a pix firewall

Please post your question to "Network Management" under "Network Infrastructure." You will find SNMP expertise there. This section is mainly for discussions on SNA over Cisco routers.

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