I have notoiced that some of our devices are generating OSPF traps with what appears to be the wrong OID, and as a consequence it is not coming through formatted properly.
We have a few CAT 4500 devices running IOS 12.2, and these devices are sending OSPF traps with the following OID:
We have other devices, of various models, running IOS 12.4, and they send the OSPF traps with the following OID:
The MIB definition I use, has the .18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124.2.0.2 definition, ie the extra 2 in it.
I am wondering if it has been corrected in a later IOS version, and therefore I am going to have to upgrade the IOS version to correct this? Or, is there something else I am missing?