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snmp traps vs logging traps

What key information will not be captured if I have snmp traps enabled, but do not have logging traps enabled? e.g., can i capture ACL hits if I don't have logging trap (set to informational or debugging) enabled? Is it a purely either or option? Thank you -

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Re: snmp traps vs logging traps

Traps inform you of network events. When a network event occurs, Another aspect of traps is called trap filter levels. By changing trap filter levels, you can control which traps are viewed where. This allows you, for instance, to save some traps in the traps log, view other traps on your console, and view still others on your NMS.

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http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk648/tk362/technologies_tech_note09186a0080094a05.shtml

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