not sure about snmp traps, but you can set up alerts using rtmt and have them sent to an email address, this way you can define alerts that get generated for instance when 25% of your registered phones drop , probably more usefull then monitoring a single phone
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The reason i need SNMP and need to keep track of unregistered or registered phone, is i have a 3rd party SNMP server for CUCM. And this SNMPserver will have the client floor layout with all phone on the layout.
So SNMP need to know the status of all phones.
Initially though of using SNMP polling, but then it seem that each time a phone registers/unregisters the phone OID value changes. So can monitoring based on OID too.
Try to start from now to create dedicated monitoring tools, will help a lot on the long run. You will just complicate your life with that 3rd party tool. Cause you will always try to do things to fit into that tool.
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