OpManager provides monitoring and management of Cisco MDS switches
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OpManager by default uses 'public' snmp community for discovery. This community should have read access right.
In case your read community is different , please provide the same while adding switch in OpManager.
You can check the community names (and their access rights) configured in your MDS switch by issuing the command "show snmp community" via telnet to switch.
To set the access rights for a community in your cisco switch , you need to do the following ,
Register OpManager server IP address as a trap destination for the Cisco Switch.
Check if the server running OpManager is registered as a trap destination in the switch by issuing the command
"show snmp host" via telnet to switch.
This should have an entry with OpManager server IP and port 162
If entry is not available, use snmp-server host <host_address> traps command to specify Trap Recipient.
Note : For more details check Cisco MDS 9000 Family Command Reference Guide.