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Re: [nv-l] Authentication failures coming Netview

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Subject: Re: [nv-l] Authentication failures coming Netview
From: "Treptow, Craig" <Treptow.Craig@principal.com>
Date: Wed, 5 Jan 2005 08:48:48 -0600
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Hi.  I have lost your replies, so I'm replying to what I'm reading on the 

To Mark Sklenarik:

Yes, the device looks good in the xnmsnmpconf view.

There is nothing else on this machine except Netview, so I doubt something else 
is doing it, but I will take another look.

We do have /usr/OV/conf/communityNames.conf, and the strings being tried are 
listed in that file.

No, it was not trying public.

I did the netmon -a 160 and 175 commands.  The device looks fine in that output.

snmpCollect is not collecting from anything.

To James Robin:

Yes, this is a Cisco router and we gave these lines in the config:

snmp-server community XXXXXXX RO 80
snmp-server community YYYYYYY RW 81
snmp-server host public
snmp-server host public

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