What traps are generated from "snmp-server enable traps module"?

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May 26th, 2010
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I'm at wit's end here ... I've been browsing doucmentation like a madman, but I just can't find it.

I've got a 6500 sup 720 running Cisco IOS Software, s72033_rp Software (s72033_rp-IPSERVICESK9-M), Version 12.2(33)SXI3, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc2) with this in the config:


esdb8#sh run | inc module
snmp-server enable traps module
esdb8#


Can anyone tell me what traps would be generated on what conditions with this statement?  Pointers to docs are more than welcome!


Thanks in advance,

Olof

Correct Answer by Joel Monge about 6 years 10 months ago

This command will enable the following traps:


moduleUp NOTIFICATION-TYPE
        OBJECTS       { moduleIndex, moduleType }
        STATUS        current
        DESCRIPTION   "A moduleUp trap signifies that the agent entity
                      has detected that the moduleStatus object in this
                      MIB has transitioned to the ok(2) state for one of
                      its modules.
                      The generation of this trap can be controlled by
                      the sysEnableModuleTraps object in this MIB."
        ::= { ciscoStackNotificationsPrefix 3}

moduleDown NOTIFICATION-TYPE
        OBJECTS       { moduleIndex, moduleType }
        STATUS        current
        DESCRIPTION   "A moduleDown trap signifies that the agent entity
                      has detected that the moduleStatus object in this
                      MIB has transitioned out of the ok(2) state for
                      one of its modules.
                      The generation of this trap can be controlled by
                      the sysEnableModuleTraps object in this MIB."
        ::= { ciscoStackNotificationsPrefix 4}


  This is from the CISCO-STACK-MIB, review the link for entire MIB.  I could not find an IOS document,
however this 6500 CatOS command reference shows the same command in CatOS lingo (set snmp trap module).
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Joel Monge Wed, 05/26/2010 - 08:23
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This command will enable the following traps:


moduleUp NOTIFICATION-TYPE
        OBJECTS       { moduleIndex, moduleType }
        STATUS        current
        DESCRIPTION   "A moduleUp trap signifies that the agent entity
                      has detected that the moduleStatus object in this
                      MIB has transitioned to the ok(2) state for one of
                      its modules.
                      The generation of this trap can be controlled by
                      the sysEnableModuleTraps object in this MIB."
        ::= { ciscoStackNotificationsPrefix 3}

moduleDown NOTIFICATION-TYPE
        OBJECTS       { moduleIndex, moduleType }
        STATUS        current
        DESCRIPTION   "A moduleDown trap signifies that the agent entity
                      has detected that the moduleStatus object in this
                      MIB has transitioned out of the ok(2) state for
                      one of its modules.
                      The generation of this trap can be controlled by
                      the sysEnableModuleTraps object in this MIB."
        ::= { ciscoStackNotificationsPrefix 4}


  This is from the CISCO-STACK-MIB, review the link for entire MIB.  I could not find an IOS document,
however this 6500 CatOS command reference shows the same command in CatOS lingo (set snmp trap module).

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