17. SNMP Trap Level: This item is used to enable the SNMP
Trap function for this port, and set the critical byte level
that will generate SNMP Traps. If this value is set at "0"
(zero), then the SNMP Trap function is disabled at
this port.
If this value is set between 1 and 32,767, then the SNMP
Trap function is enabled at this port, and SNMP traps will
be sent to the SNMP Managers (Defined via the Network
Parameters menu) whenever the buffer for this port reaches
the defined critical level.
For example, if the SNMP Trap level is set at 1200, then
this port will generate an SNMP Trap whenever the buffer
accumulates 1200 bytes of data. For more information on
the SNMP Trap function, please refer to Section 10.
(Default = Off / 0)
The Syslog feature is only available at RS232 Ports
which are configured as Buffer Mode Ports.
This option is not available to RS232 Ports 1 or 2.
This is because Ports 1 and 2 are SetUp Ports, and
therefore, cannot configured as Buffer Mode Ports.
In order to employ the SNMP Trap feature, the following
items must be configured:
The SNMP Trap function must be enabled, and the byte
level must be set (Parameters Menu, Item 17).
The Port Mode must be set to "Buffer" (Parameters
Menu, Item 7).
The SNMP Manager Address(es) and SNMP Community
must be defined (Network Parameters Menu, Items 5
through 7).
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