SNMP security access violation from 1760

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by jsap@excite.com, Feb 6, 2007.

  1. Guest

    Hi,

    The event log on one of our switch has been flooded with "SNMP
    security access violation from X.X.X.X (the IP address of our Cisco
    1760 router).
    I checked the other switches and they are not getting this message on
    the event log. So it doesn't look like the Cisco router is scanning
    the network.
    I am not real familiar with Cisco equipment but I've gone into the web
    interface of the router but could not find anything that reference to
    the switch's IP address.
    Does anyone know what is causing the router to try to access the
    switch? How can I fix this problem?

    thanks in advance for your feedback
    , Feb 6, 2007
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