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SNMP trap for port security Violation?

Using Cat 4006 switches and HPOV 6.2 and CW2K. Are there any traps available that will fire when a port is shut down due to a port security violation?

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Sam Morris

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Re: SNMP trap for port security Violation?

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Re: SNMP trap for port security Violation?

Yeah, I've already been down that road. The closest that I could find was to configure an event to fire when the switch's config is changed. I couldn't find one specifically for notifications that a port is shut down due to port security. We use this to enforce security at my site and a trap would really be an asset. Anyone know of anything I could use?

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Re: SNMP trap for port security Violation?

The only SNMP trap the switch will send is a Link Down Trap which perhaps comes with a variable giving the reason for the linkdown. It will probably be better to watch out for syslog messages. There 2 kinds of messages exactly discribing what you are looking for:

SECURITY-*-1-PORTSHUTDOWN

SECURITY-*-5-PORTREENABLED

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