The snmp server is configured on your devices by the "snmp-server host xxx.xxx.xxx" command. Look for that, and it will indicate where the traps are being sent.
As far as the Ciscoworks server goes, DFM is one of the modules within LMS that has snmp trap handling functionality as a part of it. I'm not sure what version of LMS you're running, but here's some documentation that speaks to the functionality of DFM:
When you add the device to the network, two things can happen...
1. If Ciscoworks is configured to discover the network through the CM application, the new device will be automatically discovered.
2. The device will can be manually added into Ciscoworks via the RME application, and then syncronized to DFM.
You still should point the traps to the LMS server through the config on the device (as mentioned earlier).
Now if you're not talking about Ciscoworks, but some generic NMS, you will definitely have to have a trap receiver on the server, and still on the device have the "snmp-server host" command set to point the traps there.
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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.
In Syslog I also se...