I am somewhat new to newtworking and I was tasked with getting Solarwinds to communicate with all of our network equipment. I have been able to get everything into Solarwinds and recognized but our ASA is not returning SNMP information. I have been running a tool called getsnmp.exe and I can get a response from my workstation after adding my ip address into the asa host access list. If I then add the SolarWinds server to the Host access list, snmp still times out. If I try from another workstation and add it to the list, it also times out. If I change the ip address to match my workstation address, snmp works. I am utterly confused as to why it is only working with my IP address of my workstation. Everything is on the same subnet. Any help please?
Hi every one!!!When you are configuring a remote VPN connection, there
are some steps that are lost on the path. Here you can see those steps.
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