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H3C Switches - SNMP v3

Posted on 2013-05-15
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Dear Sir,

My company have four H3C 52 port switches but only one of them contain IP address for management, we called main switch. Main switch use four fiber cables to connect the other three switches.

We use Whatsupgold 16.1.1 to monitoring the port status via SNMP v3 protocol. But it only shows the main switch snmp port only. Am I missing something?

Thank you for your help.

With regards,
Wataw
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Hi Wataw,

If you didn't stack those switches (if they can be stacked at all), then they'll need to be managed as separate devices:
You'll need a management IP on all of them and set up SNMP credentials on them.

Tamas
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