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SNMPv1 packet is sent to the node though it is monitored using SNMPv3

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Created by Brian O'Donovan, last modified by Kevin.Swinson on Jan 02, 2018

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A node that is monitored via SNMPv3 detects SNMPv1 packet from the Orion server each time the discovery job runs.


All NPM versions


Discovery jobs are running at the same time.


  1. Go to Settings > Network Sonar Discovery to check if there are discovery jobs that are running at the same time.

  2. Check the SNMP configuration and make sure that SNMPv1/v2 job entries are below the SNMPv3 job or remove them if they are no longer needed.


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