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I'm using this tutorial to configure SNMP on my Windows server and Munin on my Linux server: http://munin-monitoring.org/wiki/Using_SNMP_plugins. SNMP on the Windows server works fine, I have checked that with the snmpwalk tool on Linux.

When Munin runs an update I got the following error:

2011/10/03 15:20:22 Failed to connect to node 192.168.2.8:4949/tcp : Connection timed out

This is 'correct' since SNMP is UDP and runs on port 161. Did I miss something in the tutorial? I have the feeling the SNMP configurator of Munin is not setting the host to SNMP or something...

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Munin is attempting to contact a munin-node. You haven't configured it correctly. What's your munin.conf, and how is your node setup so far? – Kvisle Oct 31 '11 at 11:08
    
Thanks for your comment, I have already fixed this issue. Something was wrong in my configuration indeed. – Marthijn Oct 31 '11 at 13:07

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