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The SNMP destination table is full on the switch error

Hello,

BNA 14.0.1 reports "The SNMP destination table is full on the switch" error on almost all switches. As I know there could be up to 6 syslog remote servers configured on switches, in my case it is only 2. Any suggestion how to resolve these errors repots in BNA?

 

Thanks in advance.

Brocade Moderator
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Re: The SNMP destination table is full on the switch error

Hi,

 

the BNA message is refering to SNMP trap receipients, not syslog servers.

as with syslog destination BNA tries to set itself as a SNMP Trap receipient but the maximum amount is already reached.

So checking your SNMP settings on traps should do the trick.

 

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Re: The SNMP destination table is full on the switch error

In my snmpv3 trap configuration recipient is set BNA server. The same configuration like on others switches with no errors reports in BNA.

Brocade Moderator
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Re: The SNMP destination table is full on the switch error

Hi again,

 

did you compare the output from a "working" switch with one where the message is reported agains?

 

snmpconfig --show snmpv3

 

And does the output match to how you configured snmp in the fabric discovery setup?

 

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