it turned out that some HP Monitoring system is being run at the other side ..
tho, this is no error or anything at all ^_^
i only received one reply... from Atmane Alouache Thanks.. ^_^
Below is his reply...
I don't think someone is trying to get access.
But you may check with the security guy.
Actually, this message is due to the SNMP daemon used
for administration. Most of the time, it is started by
default on a Solaris-based system and it is not really
If you want to disable it, go to /etc/rc3.d and
do this :
mv S76snmpdx s76snmpdx
Ana Yuseepi <email@example.com> wrote:
> just now, am receiving this message:
> # May 22 17:00:40 adtxph02 snmpdx: session_open() failed for a pdu received
> from aaa.bbb.ccc.3090
> May 22 17:00:47 adtxph02 snmpdx: session_open() failed for a pdu received
> what is it trying to tell me?
> does it mean someone from host aaa.bbb.ccc is trying to get access to my
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