Preventing AS5300 from sending SNMP linkup/linkdown traps
I have a Cisco AS5300 access server (IOS 12.0(7)T) which is configured to send SNMP traps. The SNMP trap global config commands are as follows:
snmp-server trap-source Loopback0
snmp-server enable traps snmp
snmp-server host 10.10.10.10 cisco123 snmp
The command "snmp-server enable traps snmp" does not have the optional keywords "linkup" or "linkdown".
All the Serialx:15, Group-Async, and Dialer interfaces are configured with the command "no snmp trap link-status".
However the NMS staff still claim that they receive SNMP traps from this router whenever remote users dial in and disconnect.
What's the workaround to prevent the router from sending SNMP traps for linkup/linkdown condition? I was under the impression that the interface config command "no snmp trap link-status" should fix the problem.
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