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Windows 2003 SNMP - AuthenticationFailure traps

Posted on 2011-02-17
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Hi guys,

I have a small problem that is starting to bug me, every day at the same time I’m receiving Authentication Failure from SNMP on 2 servers.

I would like to know if there is any way to find out which computer I (IP Address) is trying to access my servers using the wrong community name.

Thanks
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Kruno Džoić earned 500 total points
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Try installing Wireshark on the server and watch for  the SNMP authentication failure traps
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There is no SNMP logs file or anything more simple ?
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Thanks I found the source that was trying to poll with the wrong community
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