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SNMP on ISA 2004

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I am using Solarwinds >Orion Net Perf Mon to monitor my servers, swithces, yada yada. When I try and add my ISA 2004 server(on top of 2003) I get a message saying that the node does not respond to snmp v1 or v2. I doubled check the communtiy string and that snmp was allowed from my Orion server.  I even tried to create a SNMP allow rule, but with no luck.

Any ideas or suggestions would be great.
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Keith Alabaster earned 500 total points
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To start.

On ISA, open the Gui
Click on monitoring - logging. Click on start query
Try and make the snmp node connection; what do you see in the log?
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Dude that worked, it allowed me to see a test rule I had set up for something different blocking. I deleted the rule and BINGO!!

Thanks man!
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You're welcome. Have a good weekend.

regards
Keith
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