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    It works for me on 1.5.16.10, just checked.
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    The inherent problem is that it binds to all interfaces. When a query is sent to a specific IP, and that IP is now on an interface that is not facing the device doing the polling, the response will come from the IP of the interface that is facing the system doing the polling. Thus the system doing the polling gets a response, but from what it considers a different address and it ignores it. If the SNMP service could be bound to a specific interface/IP address that would solve the problem. I am trying to get InterMapper to fix their software since that would also solve the problem, but they are not willing to admit there is a problem as yet.

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    OK, does that mean that Cacti and MRTG would also need to be fixed? Or does that mean there is a way to tell Cacti not to be so strict? I've been through the config, but I didn't see anything like that in there - although I'm NOT a Cacti expert at all. It would be nice if that's the solution, because right now, any routing changes means that something doesn't get graphed - and of course, when there's a routing change, that's EXACTLY when you want boards near that routing change to graph for sure. I'll search the Cacti info to see if there's a way to make it less strict - although, as previously mentioned, we only have this issue with the SOS systems.

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    If there is an option to combine several IP's for one IP that would solve a problem.
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