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Configuration Options
6.8.6. SNMP Trap Parameters
These menus are used to select parameters that will be employed when SNMP traps are
sent. For more information on SNMP Traps, please refer to Section 12. Both the Text
Interface and Web Browser Interface allow the following parameters to be defined:
Notes:
• IntheTextInterface,SNMPTrapparametersaredefinedviatwoseparate
menus that are accessed via either the /Ncommand(IPv4)orthe/N6
command(IPv6.)
• Inthewebbrowserinterfrace,SNMPTrapparametersaredefinedviatwo
separatesubmenusthatareaccessedviatheIPv4orIPv6flyoutmenus,
undertheSNMPTrapslink.
• SNMPManagers1through4: These menu fields can be used to define IP
Addresses for up to four different SNMP Managers. For more information, please
refertoSection12.(Default=Undefined)
Note:InordertoenabletheSNMPTrapfeature,youmustdefineatleastone
SNMPManager.
• TrapCommunity:(Default=Public)
• TrapVersion:TheassignedsecuritylevelforSNMPtraps.(Default=V1)
• V3TrapEngineID:TheV3SNMPagent'suniqueidentifier.(Default=undefined)
• PingTest: Allows you to ping the IP addresses or domain names defined via the
SNMP Manager 1 and SNMP Manager 2 prompts in order to check that a valid IP
address or domain name has been entered.
Notes:
• InorderforthePingTestfeaturetofunction,yournetworkand/orfirewall
mustbeconfiguredtoallowpingcommands.
• InadditiontothePingTestfeature,the/TESTcommandintheTextInterface
orthe"Test"optionintheWebBrowserInterfacecanalsobeusedtoping
thecurrentlydefinedSNMPManagersinordertomakecertainthattheIP
addressesareresponding.
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