Make sure you are using the actual node IP address of each node of the cluster, and not the cluster IP or smart connect IP.
Also make sure to use the right SNMP settings as seen in the OneFS UI.
Tried both ways using specific node IP address and smart connect IP address as well.
As per the SNMP settings, below is the screenshot and SNMP is enabled on the cluster with SNMP read-only being used
Any other suggestions ?
So just to confirm. If you login to OneFS, and see the cluster status like below, make sure you use one of the IPs
And if you go to Cluster Management > General Settings > SNMP Monioring, make sure the setting is what you use in device discovery. If all is good, try increasing timeout. Else open an SR and we can look.
Its been configured just the way you said - using a specific IP address of node and still the same. Increased the timeout value and it dint make much difference.
SR is opened and waiting for resolution. Just trying to see how its going in other environments.
Is SRM compatible with Isilon LACP mode?
I forgot to mention that I work for SRM Suite support at EMC. If you are not comfortable mentioning the SR details here, you can email me at email@example.com. I can escalate this to engineering if need be.