I hope I'm asking a fairly simple question. My office originally had a single subnet (10.10.10.0/24) and we had a group of APC UPS devices on the network that could control some embedded systems. As part of a network upgrade, they have since been moved to a new VLAN (10.10.20.0/24), except now we're getting errors between the APC and our host PC's:
2018-09-25 09:48:26,304 - WARNING - APC failure to bulk set parameter for outlets [1, 2, 3, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24] to 2, error_indication = "No SNMP response received before timeout", error_status = 0, error_index = 0, sending retry #1 ..
It makes sense since SNMP are basically UDP, so they're not being routed, but the errors are bad as we have test scripts that expect the SNMP feedback. Can I set up my RV325 to let the SNMP packets migrate between VLANs and if so, how?
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