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Re: FW: TCP Connect Error 146

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Subject: Re: FW: TCP Connect Error 146
From: Dave_Finn@computacenter.com
Date: Mon, 18 Sep 2000 16:33:33 +0100

Hi Scott,

Is this just one NT server you can not get to work ?

Have you just installed the SNMP service on it ?,  Have you re-applied the
service pack?

If you delete the object and rediscover it and SNMP is installed correctly, it
should come up as isSNMPsupported=true.

Hope this helps


scott.hammons@farmersinsurance.com on 18/09/2000 15:56:03

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Subject:  [NV-L] FW:  TCP Connect Error 146

Hello again,

I assume that I didn't post the question correctly last time, so I will try this
again.   Basically what I'm trying to do is obtain some SNMP information from a
server with SNMP software.  I've loaded the MIB, checked the community string
and I'm still not seeing any SNMP information.  Now I don't think these are
related, because the isSNMPsupported column when I display the object
information is set to false.  So I know I will need to change this.  However,
when testing the IP/TCP/SNMP connectivity, the TCP portion is giving me the
error while the IP/SNMP portion is OK.  The port I'm getting the error on is 23.
This would make sense because I believe that is the telnet port and this is an
NT server.  Is there anything I need to do special to correct this?  Will this
cause me problems in managing the device?  Thanks again in advance for any

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