I'm trying to prepare an SNMP assessment for a customer. As assessment my goal is to show the customers which kind of traps are the most raccomended to activate on the networking devices and which MIB files are needed to decode it correctly on the NMS.
For this reason I'm trying to write down all the traps available on the various platform (3560, 2960, 3750...) by looking on the command reference of "snmp-server enable traps" voice.
What I discovered is that the list of the commands there isnt complete, for example, I've a 3560 who is doing L3 functionalities (EIGRP) and if I look on the command reference for his IOS version I cant find the EIGRP traps despite looking on the switch shows me plenty of traps who arent described on the reference guide!
Is this because of the "Advanced IP Services"? If so, why I cant find where this traps are described?
There is no complete list who binds traps to IOS version/feature?
I think the only meaningful way to do what you want is to ...do 'snmp-server enable traps all...' and then disable the ones you dont want. Do it once for each platform (at the customer site). Or the other way is to use the last link I provided in the last post.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
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