Thank you for asking this question in the support community. If it is possible, could you reply with a copy of the ADTRAN's configuration (please, remember to remove any information that may be sensitive to the organization), as well as the following SNMP output?
debug snmp packet
Also, here is the Configuring SNMP in AOS guide for reference. Please, do not hesitate to provide additional information or ask any questions. I will be happy to help in any way I can.
Here's the commands issued:
snmp-server group OrionNCM v3 priv read ReadView write WriteView
snmp-server view ReadView iso included
snmp-server view WriteView iso included
snmp-server user orionncm OrionNCM v3 auth sha <Password> priv des <Password>
snmp-server host 10.x.y.z informs version 3 priv orionncm
Contact Name: email@example.com
Management URL Label:
493239 Rx SNMP packets
2248 Bad community names
0 Bad community uses
0 Bad versions
0 Silent drops
0 Proxy drops
2284 ASN parse errors
debug snmp packet
SNMP V3 RX: REPORT PDU from 10.26.171.25:49875 (community=)
SNMP V3 TX: REPORT PDU to 10.26.171.25:49875 (community=)
Thank you for replying with the requested information. I do not see a community string in the portion of the configuration you sent, and the output shows "Bad community names." I suggest you configure a community name on the ADTRAN that matches the server. Below is information from the SNMP guide, about the SNMP community string:
Step 4: Enable Read-Only and Read-Write SNMP Access
An SNMP community string is similar to an authentication password between the NMS and SNMP agent device. The community strings can be used to restrict users access to the SNMP MIB information. Specify a community string or password to control access to the SNMP information. By default, there are no SNMP communities configured. Use one or more of the following variations of the snmp-server community command to configure SNMP communities:
(config)# snmp-server community <community>
(config)# snmp-server community <community> ro
(config)# snmp-server community <community> rw
Thank you Levi,
Can I use snmp v3 without the community string? How can I configure it?
Great! I've got it working!
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