MattClausen wrote:SNMPv3 and Cisco switches require a little bit more configuration in order to get SPECTRUM to see the connection data. Basically you have to configure each and every VLAN in a context to allow an SNMPv3 User to access them (check out Cisco document ID 44800 for reading BRIDGE-MIB objects on a per-VLAN basis). If you have later versions of the IOS code, you can use a "match prefix" syntax that makes scalability easier. To allow all VLANs configure something like the following:
snmp-server group v3group v3 auth context vlan-
This is an issue though on the switch side not the SPECTRUM side since by default a SNMPv3 user can't read the bridge table.