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Cisco Bug: CSCuj14083 - SNMP traps source interface is always M1 for non P1/2 networks target

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Apr 13, 2020

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  • Cisco IronPort Web Security Appliance Software

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Description (partial)

SNMP trap source ip address is M1 ip address unless the snmp trap target is on the same subnet as P1/P2 interface

1. Enable snmp
2. Configure snmp target interface as any working interface
3. Enable traps
Traps are sent with source of M1 ip despite the configuration of the interface. Only case when the source wil lbe other interface is when the snmp target is on this other interface subnet
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