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TMS - Endpoint SNMP Traphost Address

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Aug 29th, 2012
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Should I see the SNTP traphost address field under the "Settings" view for a C-Series, EX, E20 endpoints that are managed by TMS?  Is it okay to leave this field blank or should it contain the IP or DNS address of TMS, in conjunction with the SNTP settings on the endpoint itself?


Thanks, Patrick

Correct Answer by Kjetil Ree about 4 years 11 months ago

Hi Patrick,


All SNMP traps from TC and TE software systems are ignored by TMS, so you can safely leave these fields blank.


-Kjetil

Correct Answer by mahkrish about 4 years 11 months ago

Hi Patrick, For Endpoints that Cisco TMS uses SNMP to communicate with, the Traphost IP Address is also set. This is done automatically on all systems if the Enforce Management Settings on Systems is enabled in Network Settings > Cisco TMS Service pane.

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mahkrish Wed, 08/29/2012 - 20:43
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Hi Patrick, For Endpoints that Cisco TMS uses SNMP to communicate with, the Traphost IP Address is also set. This is done automatically on all systems if the Enforce Management Settings on Systems is enabled in Network Settings > Cisco TMS Service pane.

Patrick Sparkman Thu, 08/30/2012 - 17:27
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I take it the C-Series, EX, and E20 doesn't use SNMP, since they communicate over HTTP/HTTPS?

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Kjetil Ree Fri, 08/31/2012 - 02:39
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Hi Patrick,


All SNMP traps from TC and TE software systems are ignored by TMS, so you can safely leave these fields blank.


-Kjetil

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