How can i change IP of SNMP agent Windows 2k3 ?

Posted on 2009-04-17
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Last Modified: 2013-11-10

My server has a first IP address used for a loadbalancer with routing rules. Due to routing constraints, a second IP address has been configured to access our management and monitoring.

How to force the SNMP agent to respond with the second IP and not with the default IP address ?

Kind regards,
Question by:Waycom
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Expert Comment

ID: 24165564
change your network priority,

Author Comment

ID: 24165593
It's not possible, the problem will be identical with the first IP address if it moves to second. The client must use the browser IE for its application server that uses the IP address by default.

Can not fix it interfaces with the services?

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We have solved our problem with routing on our equipment.

Best regards,

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