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Cisco ASA and SNMP

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I have this statement snmp-server host Internal 192.168.10.13 community my-snmp-string on my ASA 5500X series and my collector can't still see snmp coming from the ASA. How do I check to see if the ASA is blocking? If it is blocking, how do I allow snmp going to my collector 192.168.10.13? Thx
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Don't forget to enable traps (snmp-server enable traps _____ <--fill in what traps you want sent, e.g, all, syslog, etc.) if you are trying to send snmp data somewhere, and also confirm you have matching community strings on both the asa and the collector.
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Sure but how do I check to see if the ASA is blocking? If it is blocking, how do I allow snmp going to my collector 192.168.10.13?
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There's some good tips in this doc that show how to verify the SNMP process is running, gathering server stats, and looking for mishandled packets: http://goo.gl/QEw66p
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