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Senior Member.. Marcus Guto
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Insert $sourcenodename in a interface incident

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I need to intert the Source Node Name ($snn) in a InterfaceDown incident but not using the message field.

I need to use custom incident attribute or another varbind that will be sent in the incident trap.

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Vincent_M_NNM Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Insert $sourcenodename in a interface incident

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Hello Marcus

Thanks for posting,

Please make referecen to the document attached to this post.Custom Incident Attributes chapter.

Regards,

Vincent Montenegro Mena
Customer Support Engineer

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Vincent_M_NNM Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Insert $sourcenodename in a interface incident

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Hello Marcus

Thanks for posting,

Please make referecen to the document attached to this post.Custom Incident Attributes chapter.

Regards,

Vincent Montenegro Mena
Customer Support Engineer

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Vincent_M_NNM Acclaimed Contributor.
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Re: Insert $sourcenodename in a interface incident

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Hello

I was wondering if the information helped you out.

Regards,

Vincent Montenegro Mena
Customer Support Engineer

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