SNMPtrap to two different server (in two different network)
We have an issue with the SNMPTRAP source IP (platform 3925). We would like to send trap to two different server (which are in two different network). For the first, server and router are in the same network. For the second, server is in a network unknown by the router (it just have a route to join it)
When we don't configure an snmptrap source interface, the router use interface in the same network that the gateway to join the destination server. It's ok for the first server (two entities are in the same network). The second server is configured to received snmptrap from an IP not included in the same network that the gateway used to join it. So when it received snmptrap, source IP is not that it expects and it delete.
We try to configure a NAT of the source IP used to send snmptrap but whitout success. I think that it's due to NAT a packet generated by the router itself.
Have you solution or any idea to resolve this problem?
A second solution would be to include in IOS the possibility to configure many snmptrap source for many server like this : router#snmp-server source-interface [X] [Y1] <= where [X] is the interface name and [Y1] the server destination IP. router#snmp-server source-interface [X] [Y2] <= where [X] is the interface name and [Y2] the server destination IP.
This is actually a pretty cool feature, i didn't even know it existed until I was looking for a solution to advertise a subnet (prefix in BGP talk), only if a certain condition existed. This is exactly what conditional advertisements does
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