Wrv200 snmp

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by funkdrmr, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. funkdrmr

    funkdrmr Guest

    Hi everyone,

    I inherited a new customer with 3 WRV200's all connected via IPSEC VPN. I've never used these units before, but so far with my short experience with them they seem to be doing okay.

    I'm trying to obtain information from the router via SNMP from Nagios. Nagios isn't the problem, as I can't even seem to connect via SNMP from inside the network (to the router's local IP), nor can I connect via the external address. My nagios is external to the router, and I have had failure to connect from Win2k3 server running SNMPTest application to the internal IP address.

    I forget the option, but I have it turned off...so at this time I receive acknowledgment when pinging the router from the outside.

    So I guess I have 2 questions:

    1) Does the SNMP on the WRV200 have to be connected to from the inside or outside? both?

    2) Either way, I can't connect from inside OR outside....so I'm wondering if I'm missing something in the router configuration?

    User guide was minimal help, and Small Business Support from Linksys didn't have much to say either.

    Thanks in advance for anyone who can help me out.
  2. jb68

    jb68 Network Guru Member

    I had WRV 54G and WRVS4400. I don't know if any of this apply to you..

    On WRV 54G there is a field with trusted SNMP IP. There you have to enter the NAGIOS IP and on WRV 54G works externaly (Had CACTI and NAGIOs, you can have some nice graphs with cacti)

    On WRVS4400 the trusted IP field is not available anymore and will no work from outside, only from inside network.

    I suppose wrv200 is in between ;) .
    You need to try first:
    snmpwalk -v1 -cyourcomunity
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