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On Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 6:30 PM, Dave Shield
wrote:

> On 02/04/2008, Pranesh Kulkarni wrote:
> >>> I am testing the snmpagent, from some other free
> >>> mib-browers( Windows) and my agent is net-snmp( Linux system) .
> >>> I am able to get the values from localhost, but when query
> >>> from mib-browser , its not giving any values .

>
> Two possibilities spring to mind:
>
> a) The agent has been configured to allow access from localhost,
> but not from anywhere else.
>
> What are the access control settings in your snmpd.conf file?
> (Either "ro/rwcommunity" or "com2sec" lines in particular)
>
> b) The Linux server is running a firewall (iptables),
> which is blocking access from the remote browser.
>
> *Thanks Once again Dave. The problem is solved now .*




>
> If I had to choose, I suspect that the second is the most likely cause.
> Check that the iptables configuration allows access to port 161
> from the network.
>
> Dave
>


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On Thu, Apr 3, 2008 at 6:30 PM, Dave Shield <.T.Shield@liverpool.ac.uk">D.T.Shield@liverpool.ac.uk> wrote:

On 02/04/2008, Pranesh Kulkarni <raneshvk@gmail.com">praneshvk@gmail.com> wrote:

>>>    I am  testing the snmpagent, from some other free

>>>   mib-browers( Windows) and my agent is net-snmp( Linux system) .

>>> I am able to get the values from  localhost, but when query

>>> from mib-browser , its not giving any values .



Two possibilities spring to mind:



  a)  The agent has been configured to allow access from localhost,

        but not from anywhere else.



        What are the access control settings in your snmpd.conf file?

        (Either "ro/rwcommunity" or "com2sec" lines in particular)



 b)  The Linux server is running a firewall (iptables),

       which is blocking access from the remote browser.


             
Thanks Once again Dave. The problem is solved now .
 



If I had to choose, I suspect that the second is the most likely cause.

Check that the iptables configuration allows access to port 161

from the network.



Dave




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