I am not too sure if this should be happening but I don't think SNMP on a home network is the type of network traffic one should be seeing on their Local LAN.
A lot of Get requests seem to be made from what I am seeing an epson device. Correct me if I'm wrong. Is this a cause for concern to see SNMP. I know that typically speaking it's not a UDP protocol I want to see since SNMP is not even configured on my network.
asked 12 Oct '14, 10:57
Have you any Epson devices in your network? Printer, Router, scanner etc. SNMP is used by pretty much anything on your network to communicate its preferences (I may have translated that badly..) Epsonnet Setup manager springs to mind
Basically if you have ANY epson devices, then no, it is nothing to worry about.
Oh, and for FJHADS sake Admins, get rid of this captcha.. I can't read it half the time..
answered 12 Oct '14, 11:19