When I usually see something like this I like to use tcpdump and sniff the discovery. Obviously with v3 the contents will be hidden, but it definitely will show if SNMP disovery is occuring and if it using snmpv3.
Hope that the helps.
On Thu, Jul 13, 2017 at 4:59 PM, Elmore, Trae [USA] <[hidden email]> wrote:
Discovery does not appear to gather any snmpv3 interfaces or information.
Platform: RHEL 7.3 on a VMware vm running open-vm-tools. VNIC is VMXNET3. Java is Oracle (build 1.8.0_131-b31). Postgres is 9.6. opennms is Horizon 18.104.22.168
The nodes are configured for snmpv3 using SHA and AES.
The range for the vlan, the security name, the auth-passphrase and the privacy-passphrase are all correct in /opt/opennms/etc/snmp-config.xml.
From the opennms server using snmpwalk at the commandline, I can hit the clients fine.
When I discovery completes none of the nodes show up as snmp interfaces.
I am confident my ignorance of this tool is the problem, but I would sure appreciate some guidance.