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How to check SNMP ports on commvault?

  • 7 September 2022
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I need to check SNMP port for alerting and ticketing purpose. But I can not see on commcell or command center. 

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Best answer by Scott Moseman 7 September 2022, 20:44

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I need to check SNMP port for alerting and ticketing purpose. But I can not see on commcell or command center. 


https://www.snmpcenter.com/snmp-ports-using-udp-ports-161162/

SNMP uses port 161, SNMP Traps use port 162.  These are standard ports.  Note: SNMP is an OS level service, so it’s not something configured in Commvault.

However, I’m curious to know more about what you’re trying to check?  Are you checking if the SNMP service is listening?  Check the OS for the SNMP services.

Below is how I can check to see if my SNMP services are running on Linux.  I don’t have an example on Windows, but I believe you could check in a similar fashion.

$ netstat -an | grep :16
udp        0      0 0.0.0.0:161             0.0.0.0:*
udp        0      0 0.0.0.0:162             0.0.0.0:*
 

C:\>netstat -an | findstr :16

As mentioned, you would be checking for these SNMP services/ports on whatever system you’re intending on sending the SNMP Traps.  Typically this is not your CommServe.

Thanks,
Scott

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