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2600 series H.10.45 causes SNMP security access violation

Chad Strunk
Occasional Visitor

2600 series H.10.45 causes SNMP security access violation

I upgraded my 2600 series switches to H.10.45 over the weekend via PCM+. All is okay except PCM+ cannot talk to the switches with SNMP. In PCM+, a communications test says "Authorization Failure", and on the switches I have "SNMP security access violation from " errors in the event log. Everything worked okay before the upgrade, and a 2600 series switch that was not upgrades still responds to PCM+.
3 REPLIES
Matt Hobbs
Honored Contributor

Re: 2600 series H.10.45 causes SNMP security access violation

Are you using SNMPv3 by any chance? If so I think you might have stumbled across a new bug. You should let HP support know about it.
Chad Strunk
Occasional Visitor

Re: 2600 series H.10.45 causes SNMP security access violation

Why, yes, yes I am...and I think I'll do just that.
Chad Strunk
Occasional Visitor

Re: 2600 series H.10.45 causes SNMP security access violation

UPDATE: I changed PCM+ to use SNMPv1/v2 and now PCM can talk to them.