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Ok... I installed MIB browser on the windows machine and pointed it to the address: 127.0.0.1.... but nothing came up.. so... i know the agent isn't working there...
I installed MIB browser on my linux desktop and did a 127.0.0.1 and it worked... so... I also did the server address and it came up as well... so I know that the snmp signals can go through the router...
when i log into the cacti server to add devices... it does the search and doesn't find anything... even though snmp agent is working on my linux desktop...
Would this mean security is set in server blocking snmp?