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Cisco Bug: CSCum50608 - UCSM Cluster IP, SNMP response packets Source IP set to Lead node IP

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Mar 11, 2020

Products (1)

  • Cisco Unified Computing System

Known Affected Releases

2.1(1a)A

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Symptom:
SNMP response packets (received on UCSM cluster IP) are sent out with source IP address of the individual UCSM lead cluster Node.  The response packets in this circumstance are frequently dropped if traffic is going through firewalls.  Request that response packets use the cluster IP address for source IP if the original SNMP walk/get request came through cluster IP.

Conditions:
SNMP get or walk requests
SNMP target IP: UCSM cluster IP
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