I have installed net-snmp on my Windows XP and I have configured the SNMP service on my router and my machine, but when I try to make an snmpwalk or an snmpget, I receive always a message No response or time-out:
>snmpwalk -v 1 -c public 127.0.0.1
Timeout: No Response from 127.0.0.1
Why is this happening? Is it the problem with my router? (TG585v7)? Or am I using the command incorrectly?
I'm trying to monitor a server (Ubuntu 12.04) via SNMP remotely. I have edited the snmpd.conf file and added a IP block to the readonly section. When I try to test SNMP locally, I can see that it works. Here is the command I used to test my SNMP daemon locally.
snmpwalk -v1 -c <comname> localhost system
The problem is, from remote hosts I can not see any messages.
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We got two UPS at different locations, one is responding to snmpget but the other does not. I have never worked with SNMP earlier, just knew it was to control network devices, but I think the problem might be the OID.
I'm copying the same command that is working, just changing the ip, but no status is returned. What else could I do?