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SNMP Walk Giving Timeouts

Posted on 2008-06-18
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Hi All

I have a couple of Linux/Windows servers on the same LAN. When I do a SNMPWALK from a Linux server to a Windows server it just times out. There is no firewall running on the windows server I just get

[root@localhost ~]#  snmpwalk -c public -v 1  xx.xx.xx.xx
Timeout: No Response from xx.xx.xx.xx

I have checked the SNMP service on the Windows server and all settings are correct IPs+Community.

I have two Windows servers and I am facing the same problem on both servers.

Any thing I might have missed here ?

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MicheleMarcon earned 250 total points
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Maybe you need to provide the MIB and/or the OID for starting the walk?
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by:Kamran Arshad
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Hi,

Is snmpd listening on your interfaces ?

Check with "sudo netstat -natup | grep 161" on the Linux box.

You may also read the below article:

http://www.debianhelp.org/node/2455
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