I am looking for a way of being notified by e-mail when an interface enters the shutdown state due to a port-security violation. I have configured a switch with the appropriate port-security commands and receive SNMP traps when consoled onto the device.
Is there any way for CiscoWorks to perform an e-mail notification when one of these events occur?
If not is there any free Syslog utilities or applications which include a free text search that I could use to search for the SNMP trap string and generate an e-mail?
I am guessing this has probably been addressed previously as there is no point shutting down ports automatically if no one is notified about it.
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