I am receiving System: "Detected an unauthorized user attempting to access the SNMP interface from x.x.x.x" in the form of hundreds of emails every time I do a discovery on Whatsup Gold. The strange part is that I have SNMP credentials setup for v1,2 and 3, I have setup the matching community on my PDU's, restarted the management card, but for some reason every time a discovery occurs, it says all sets of credentials fail. For testing purposes I have gone with a very simple v1 community string, matched it on WUG, and still receive these errors in the logs, hundreds of them. Has anyone run into this issue? I should say I have plenty of servers, swtiches, routers and other devices working just fine with SNMP, it's only my PDU's and UPS', and all are on current firmware.
Would you be able to run the discovery using only one version of SNMP at a time? I would agree that as long as all community names (for v1 and v2c) and passphrases/protocols (for v3) are the same then it would make sense to work. Could you also send me a copy of the log files for one of your UPS/PDU's via private message so we can review it? Instructions on how to download them can be found here: http://www.apc.com/us/en/faqs/FA156131/
How do I PM you? When I click your name it says it's private.
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