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Setting Trap Destinations on a 6509/IOS using SNMP

Hello,

With a 6509 running CatOS, I am able to set an SNMP Trap Destination on the switch from a management station using the SNMP Set command. On a 6509 running IOS (12.2), I can no longer do this. Does IOS allow trap destinations to be set via SNMP?

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Re: Setting Trap Destinations on a 6509/IOS using SNMP

- With CatOS, it can be configured with

set snmp trap

set port trap mod/port {enable | disable}

The following link gives you more detailed informaiont about how to configure SNMP with

CatOS.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/tech/tk648/tk362/technologies_configurati

on_example09186a0080094aa1.shtml

- If the device is running IOS, it can be configured using

snmp-server enable traps

The following link gives you more detailed informaiont about how to configure SNMP with

IOS.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/tech/tk648/tk362/technologies_tech_note09

186a0080094a05.shtml

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Re: Setting Trap Destinations on a 6509/IOS using SNMP

I don't think I was clear enough in my question.

I know that trap destinations can be set using either the CatOS or IOS CLI. My question is whether a trap destination can be set via SNMP on an IOS device.

On a 6509 running CatOS I can send SNMP messages from a remote management station to set a trap destination (the station sends an SNMP SetRequest message with the new trap destination).

When we upgraded to IOS 12.2, I can no longer do this.

Sorry for the confusion.

Thanks,

Ken

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Re: Setting Trap Destinations on a 6509/IOS using SNMP

Hi,

Is there a possibility of a SNMP version mismatch?

Any idea what is the snmp version the remote management station is using for the SNMP SetRequest message and the version that is running on the IOS device?

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