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Our SNMP Trap server IP changed but controller is still sending logs to old IP

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We have an account that had SNMP trap servers change.  The New IPs were added to the controller (old ones removed) but the controller is still sending logs to the old IP address.  Any suggestions?  Controller code is 6.1.3.1

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Registered: ‎03-29-2007

Re: Our SNMP Trap server IP changed but controller is still sending logs to old IP

Sending SNMP traps with an Aruba Controller is confiugured by using "snmp trap-host...".  Sending syslog from an Aruba controller is configured by using "logging <ip address".  Which one did you change? (traps or syslog)



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Re: Our SNMP Trap server IP changed but controller is still sending logs to old IP

New Trap Receiver Hosts(currently show up in configuration)
1xx.xxx.xx.211
1xx.xxx.xx.211

Old Trap Receiver Hosts(were removed from configuration couple weeks ago)
1xx.xxx.xx.201
1xx.xxx.xx.201

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Re: Our SNMP Trap server IP changed but controller is still sending logs to old IP

Look in the Audit trail and see what commands were executed for both "show audit-trail".  Each controller has a local configuration for traps and syslog, so it must be done for each individually.

 

If you checked those and you cannot find the issue, please open a support case.

 



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