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Hi, having trouble discovering SNMP on Windows 8.1 pc, geting error: Rquest Timeout, have tried with Firewall off and the same error, the device already works with another requester, can anyone help?

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Hi @DuarteV,

Does it work to perform a CRAWL with another SNMP browser? Can you tell us what's the name of the tool? It's possible it's just trying to match some OIDs and use the values returned to determine the device type and from there it loads built-in MIBs. Our crawl function actually tries to iterate the values on the device itself but it's not an operation that all devices support.

-Paul

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