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UCCE Collector error: GSnmpcccaComponentTable. Return data. Pdu->Errstat(5) = SNMP_ERR_READONLY

Support_Sydney
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UCCE Collector error: GSnmpcccaComponentTable. Return data. Pdu->Errstat(5) = SNMP_ERR_READONLY

Occasionally an error is received for the SNMP data to the UCCE devices. The below error can be seen in the logs when activating full snmp tracing:

12/06/2014 01:01:36 IRUCCE snmrqstp 000000601 T22564 [CXpSnmpRequest:: OnProcessCallBack ] 304, 10.111.1.60, GSnmpcccaComponentTable. Return data. Pdu->Errstat(5) = SNMP_ERR_READONLY

 

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Support_Sydney
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Re: UCCE Collector error: GSnmpcccaComponentTable. Return data. Pdu->Errstat(5) = SNMP_ERR_READON

Occasionally an error is received for the SNMP data to the UCCE devices. The below error can be seen in the logs when activating full snmp tracing:

12/06/2014 01:01:36 IRUCCE snmrqstp 000000601 T22564 [CXpSnmpRequest:: OnProcessCallBack ] 304, 10.111.1.60, GSnmpcccaComponentTable. Return data. Pdu->Errstat(5) = SNMP_ERR_READONLY

Solution: The client needs to increase the concurrent requests setting on the UCCE from 5 to 15

See attached screenshot "UCCE Setting for Concurrent Settings.jpg" for example of this setting on UCCE.

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Support_Sydney
Moderator

Re: UCCE Collector error: GSnmpcccaComponentTable. Return data. Pdu->Errstat(5) = SNMP_ERR_READON

Occasionally an error is received for the SNMP data to the UCCE devices. The below error can be seen in the logs when activating full snmp tracing:

12/06/2014 01:01:36 IRUCCE snmrqstp 000000601 T22564 [CXpSnmpRequest:: OnProcessCallBack ] 304, 10.111.1.60, GSnmpcccaComponentTable. Return data. Pdu->Errstat(5) = SNMP_ERR_READONLY

Solution: The client needs to increase the concurrent requests setting on the UCCE from 5 to 15

See attached screenshot "UCCE Setting for Concurrent Settings.jpg" for example of this setting on UCCE.

View solution in original post