Receiving Unwanted SNMP Traps For Each Successful Call
As I mentioned earlier, setting the trap level to ERRORS (3) did not eliminate receipt of these unwanted traps that are generated for every successful call. The reason I thought it would is that I believe the successful traps were designated with a level WARNING (4).
The resolution was the following command under the D Channel serial interface:
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