ASA MIB2 compatible

hello Experts
i am configure an ASA snmp then using PRTG to monitor the traffic usage, but from the PRTG i got the following error while connect to it(as attachment), do you know how to fix it?
ASA version is 8.3

thank you
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beardog1113Author Commented:
not sure whats wrong i can't uploading a image.
the error message of PRTG is : "sorry, no MIB2 compatible ports were sound on this device"

thank you
Can you post SNMP configuration from ASA?

beardog1113Author Commented:
ASA-01# sh run | inc snmp
snmp-server host inside community *****
snmp-server location AAA
no snmp-server contact
snmp-server community *****
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Hello, I found similar problem on EE:

So try to check PRTG configuration for that device, I think you need to check some MIB checkboxes under device to work.
beardog1113Author Commented:
this topic is talking about switch, how i can fix this on the ASA firewall?

It was not the problem with the switch, it was problem on PRTG.
So, probably you have same issue, and the issue is not on firewall.

Did you try to delete, and then rediscover device in PRTG?

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Also, did you allow SNMP traffic udp/161 in your ACL on firewall?
beardog1113Author Commented:
yes, after i reboot the PRTG server and try connect it again and works well, looks like something wrong on PRTG server.
thank you
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