Can't seem to SNMP across interfaces
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I have a Mikrotik-AP hanging off interface igb2 (WIFI) with an address of 172.16.1.2. I also have my LAN interface on igb1 addressed as 10.1.1.2. I would like to do an snmpwalk from a machine (10.1.1.30) connected to 10.1.1.2 to the AP at 172.16.1.2.
The Mikrotik is setup to listen on 0.0.0./0 ( all addresses ).
I have created a rule to allow UDP traffic from LAN interface to the WIFI interface on ports 161,162.
I have a laptop connected to WIFI with an address of 172.16.1.14 - it can do an snmpwalk across the AP fine.
From the firewall itself I can do a bsnmpwalk across 172.16.1.2 fine as well.
I can see the rule being triggered when attempting an snmpwalk from 10.1.1.30 to 172.16.1.2 - but it just times out.
A packet capture on the WIFI interface only shows this:
22:58:24.586120 IP 10.1.1.10.44521 > 172.16.1.2.161: UDP, length 40 22:58:25.587230 IP 10.1.1.10.44521 > 172.16.1.2.161: UDP, length 40 22:58:26.588424 IP 10.1.1.10.44521 > 172.16.1.2.161: UDP, length 40 22:58:27.589628 IP 10.1.1.10.44521 > 172.16.1.2.161: UDP, length 40
and this is in the firewall log
Mar 10 22:58:32 LAN SNMP Access to wireless access point (1454148788) 10.1.1.10:56686 172.16.1.2:161 UDP
How do I go about getting this working?