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Problems setting up SNMP on 1 of over 30 adtran devices - how to prove is unit is defective

snmp agent

snmp-server engineID remote 172.28.2.55 800002980300a0c83f0ce4

snmp-server user SNMP HCU_GROUP v3 auth sha encrypted 252ced133e2da04fdcae5d4f6a8f51cf3304 priv des encrypted 252ced133e2da04fdcae5d4f6a8f51cf3304

snmp-server group HCU_GROUP v3 priv

Fife#debug snmp pac

Fife#

Received a SNMP packet to be processed.

SNMP V3 RX: REPORT PDU from 172.28.2.55:63228 (community=)

  VRF = -DEFAULT-

SNMP decode_pkt  error: sending an error packet.

SNMP V3 TX: REPORT PDU to 172.28.2.55:161 (community=)

  VRF = -DEFAULT-

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Re: Problems setting up SNMP on 1 of over 30 adtran devices - how to prove is unit is defective

This is a 1534P version 2 running R12.3.4

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Re: Problems setting up SNMP on 1 of over 30 adtran devices - how to prove is unit is defective

If it's configured similarly to the other 30 devices with the same firmware version, I'd open a support ticket. I read the release notes for R12.3.4 and don't see this as a known bug. The only SNMP bug relates to missing commands for setting traps on an interface.

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Re: Problems setting up SNMP on 1 of over 30 adtran devices - how to prove is unit is defective

I was able to resolve this - the issue was with my SNMP remote end so the switch itself was ok.

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