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2. Port Parameters Menu: Invoke the /P command to access
the Port Parameters Menu for the desired port. For
example, to set up Port 12 to send SNMP Trap messages.
Type /P 12 and press [Enter]. Set the following
parameters:
a) Port Mode: Use item 7 in the Port Parameters Menu to
set the Port Mode to "Buffer".
b) SNMP Trap Level: Use item 17 in the Port Parameters
Menu to enable the SNMP Trap function and select the
byte level. The byte level determines the number of
bytes the buffer must contain in order to cause an
SNMP trap to be sent. Note that when the byte level is
set to "0" (zero), the SNMP Trap function is disabled.
3. Network Parameters Menu: Type /N and press [Enter]
to access the Network Parameters Menu. Set the following
parameters:
a) SNMP Managers 1 and 2: Consult with your network
administrator to determine the IP address(es) that will
be used for the SNMP Manager(s). Use items 5 and 6
in the Network Parameters menu to set the IP address
for each SNMP Manager. Note that it is not necessary
to define both SNMP Managers.
b) SNMP Community: Consult your network
administrator to determine the SNMP Community. Use
item 7 in the Network Parameters menu to set the
SNMP Community.
10.2. SNMP Trap Message
The trap messages which are sent to the SNMP Managers will
appear as follows:
CMS Port Buffer. CMS Site ID: [site id], Port: [port
number], [byte level] byte trigger level reached.
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