Cisco Support Community
cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 
Announcements

Welcome to Cisco Support Community. We would love to have your feedback.

For an introduction to the new site, click here. And see here for current known issues.

New Member

Deciphering SNMP Traps

I'm new the SNMP so I realize this is probably a really dumb question but after racking my brains out figured it was time to ask for assistance. I have a stack of 3750x switches running the SNMP Server. It sends traps to my SNMP Manager (SNMPc). I've loaded the Cisco MIBs and (I believe) all the necessary dependecies, I've reviewed the MIBs and complied the Imports. For some reason, at least with my Cisco traps they come thru in the following format.

ciscoConfigManEvent [1] ccmHistoryEventCommandSource.39 (Integer): commandLine [2] ccmHistoryEventConfigSource.39 (Integer): running [3] ccmHistoryEventConfigDestination.39 (Integer): commandSource

tcpConnectionClose [1] tslineSesType.1.1 (Integer): telnet [2] tcpConnState.192.168.1.253.23.192.168.1.205.58797 (Integer): closed [3] loctcpConnElapsed.192.168.1.253.23.192.168.1.205.58797 (Integer): 201 [4] loctcpConnInBytes.192.168.1.253.23.192.168.1.205.58797 (Integer): 0 [5] loctcpConnOutBytes.192.168.1.253.23.192.168.1.205.58797 (Integer): 182 [6] tsLineUser.1 (DisplayString):

Comparing the above output to the traps from some of my other devices, such as APC which displays properly, I'm obviously missing something. For the life of me I can't figure out what I'm overlooking. The traps display properly in Solarwinds Orion so there's something I'm missing in SNMPc. Watched a couple of videos about walking a MIB but still don't understand how that works. If anyone could point me in the right direction would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Robert

Everyone's tags (3)
236
Views
0
Helpful
0
Replies
CreatePlease login to create content