I have a security alarm I can't remove on a CTS-Manager
By digging the logs and capture traffic, it seems there is an internal snmp mecanism in the device using / generating bad snmp community names
There are about 163 bad requests per 5 minutes ...
Please see attached some informations or logs / analysis retrieved from the CTS-Manager server
Hardware Model: 7835H2
Software Version: 220.127.116.11 (167)
How to solve internal requests to not generate snmp bad community issues?
Quick glance in messages shows issue with expired certificate mxcorporatetp:
Nov 23 09:00:00 tp-ctm-fulton local0 2 1 2012-11-23T14:00:00.093Z tp-ctm-fulton.FranceTelecomTP.local CTM_CERTIFICATEEXPIRYMONITOR - EC_1610 [meta sequenceId="39"] 'CertExpiryAlert'. Certificate name 'mxcorporatetp'. Unit 'CTM-trust'. Type 'trust-cert'. Expiration: 'Fri Apr 8 06:35:16:000 UTC 2011'.||Please delete this certificate and uplaod a valid certificate.
Also please try this link:
The total number of SNMP PDUs delivered to the SNMP protocol entity which used a SNMP community name not known to said entity.
Can you attach full CTS MAN logs?
many thanks for your reply!!! I have attached the full logs and it is currently being queued for virus analysis.
The attachment is added to the first message of this thread.
I have also attached some picture related to the certificate alarms seen on the web administrator page
I am going to check on that direction to see how to solve this ...