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Hello i wanted to know if we can work with ipv6 addresses using SNMP on windows server 2008 R2
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In the article it says it supports snmp with ipv6 only on windows vista and windows server 2008. I want to specifically for 2008r2 because i have an application which is not connecting using ipv6 on server 2008r2.

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if it works in 2008 it should work with 2008R2 . . . I would recommend trying a command line utility:
http://www.snmpsoft.com/freetools/snmpwalk.html

and see if you can hit your device.  It's either in the network / firewall or your configuration is off.
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Well I moved the setup to Win 2012 / Win 8 Clients, it worked. Dont know I tried updating the snmp.exe and pulled up hotfix still dint work for me.

Anyways thank you for your time and effort on this case I appreciate that.
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could be a firewall issue.  The only way to know for sure is to try another SNMP client and then start troubleshooting.
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