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Cisco SNMP Traps forwarding to Splunk

chaitu_kranthi
New Member

Hi Team,

I am completely new to Splunk, Due to one of the project requirement we are trying to send SNMP Traps information from Cisco Devices to Splunk Enterprise directly. But i am not seeing any logs at Splunk side.

Not sure if i have to install any additional tools or any configuration required to perform this element.

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maheshsn
Explorer

Hi Chaitu kranthi,
The people who are managing the Cisco network Devices have to configure to send the data from Source IP to Destination IP( splunk server) UDP:162
Configure the remote devices to send their traps directly to the Splunk Enterprise instance IP address. The default port for SNMP traps is udp:162.
You have to configure "Data Input" -> UDP to add port 162 to receive the SNMP data. As Mmodestino mentined this link has all the details. https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/6.5.0/Data/SendSNMPeventstoSplunk

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mattymo
Splunk Employee
Splunk Employee

Hi chaitu_kranthi,

Are you the one that would be configuring the Splunk side?

I would recommend starting here: https://docs.splunk.com/Documentation/Splunk/6.5.0/Data/SendSNMPeventstoSplunk

- MattyMo
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