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Operation via SNMP
13.6. Sending Traps via SNMP
Traps that report various unit conditions can be sent to an SNMP Management Station
from the RPC. The following traps are currently supported.
• WarmStart Trap – Trap indicating a warm start
• ColdStart Trap – Trap indicating a cold start
• Test Trap – Test trap invoked by user via the Text Interface (CLI.)
The RPC can send an SNMP trap to notify you when any of the available alarm functions
have been triggered. In all cases except the Power Cycle Alarm, there will be one trap
sent when the alarm is triggered, and a second trap sent when the alarm is cleared. For
more information on alarm functions, please refer to Section 8.
• Alarm Trap – Trap indicating an alarm condition. A trap with a unique enterprise
OID is defined for every possible alarm in the system, under which several specific
trap-types are defined to indicate the setting or clearing of that particular alarm
condition.
• overTemperatureInitialSetTrap - Indicates that the Over Temperature
(Initial) Alarm has been triggered. The trap will also include a numerical value that
indicates the current unit temperature.
• overTemperatureInitialClearTrap - Indicates that the Over Temperature
(Initial) Alarm has been cleared.
• overTemperatureCriticalSetTrap - Indicates that the Over Temperature
(Critical) Alarm has been triggered. The trap will also include a numerical value that
indicates the current unit temperature.
• overTemperatureCriticalClearTrap - Indicates that the Over Temperature
(Critical) Alarm has been cleared.
• pingNoAnswerSetTrap - Indicates that the Ping No Answer Alarm has been
triggered. The trap will also include a numerical value that indicates the IP address
of the device that failed to respond to the ping command.
• pingNoAnswerClearTrap - Indicates that the Ping No Answer Alarm has been
cleared.
• lockoutSetTrap - Indicates that the Invalid Access Lockout Alarm has been
triggered. The trap will also include a numerical value that indicates the number of
the serial port where the lockout occurred.
• lockoutClearTrap - Indicates that the Invalid Access Lockout Alarm has been
cleared.
• powercycleSetTrap - Indicates that the Power Cycle Alarm has been triggered
(Note that there is no corresponding Clear Trap for the Power Cycle Alarm.)
• lostCommSetTrap - Indicates that the Lost Communication Alarm has been
triggered.
• lostOptoVoltageSetTrap - Indicates that the Lost Voltage Alarm has been
triggered at a unit that includes opto sensors.
• lostOptoVoltageClearTrap - Indicates that the Lost Voltage Alarm has been
cleared at a unit that includes opto sensors.
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