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scissorhand
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SNMP Webagent missing

I have one server that is missing SNMP webagent settings from System Management Homepage, settings tab.

The server was earlier missing the SNMP service but I installed that and then reinstalled HP Insight Management Agents but the SNMP webagent settings are still not showing. Any help what should I check next?
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Daniel Leblanc
Honored Contributor

Re: SNMP Webagent missing

After all of this does you re Home page managent work?
And if yes, do you have any information showing?
NJK-Work
Honored Contributor

Re: SNMP Webagent missing

Are any of the agent options disabled in the "HP Management Agents" applet in the Control panel?

Nelson
scissorhand
Occasional Visitor

Re: SNMP Webagent missing

Home page management works ok, except SNMP webagent settings are missing.

HP Management Agents applet in the Control panel shows following Inactive Agents:

Clustering Information
Rack Information
Remote Insight Information

All other are active.

HP Systems Insight Manager show the server as Unknown system type.
Newton S
Frequent Advisor
Solution

Re: SNMP Webagent missing

On the Server ,go to services--> snmp service properties-->Security
ensure your SIM server IP is present under "Accept SNMP packets from these hosts".

once done restart the SNMP service
Mika Äijö
Occasional Visitor

Re: SNMP Webagent missing

HilariousFascinator, thanks for help - that solved the problem
scissorhand
Occasional Visitor

Re: SNMP Webagent missing

that solved the problem - thank you
steven elder
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Re: SNMP Webagent missing

I am having the same issue. I have checked the above settings are all are the same. I did add the ip address of the server into the security tab of the SNMP Service, but this slowed down the System Management Homepage and I received a timeout error. I changed it back to "Accept SNMP packets from any host".