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OID values in SNMP Trap Configuration

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Hello experts,

 

Say I want to create new SNMP Trap Configuration for bgpPeerState (OID=.1.3.6.1.2.1.15.3.1.2) which takes the following values: idle=1, connect=2, active=3, opensent=4, openconfirm=5, established=6. And say I want to see a critical incident "bgpPeerDown" when bgpPeerState=1 and normal incident "bgpPeerUp" when bgpPeerState=6. 

 

My question is:

When creating a SNMP Trap Configuration for the above OID, how do I use the OID value to control the severity of the created incident?

 

Best regards,

Steindorinn

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Hi Steindorinn,

 

 

Check content of the Enrichment tab for any of the CiscoEnvMon* SNMP traps as example how you can change trap severity based on the received values.

 

 

Best regards,

Svetoslav

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Hi Steindorinn,

 

 

Check content of the Enrichment tab for any of the CiscoEnvMon* SNMP traps as example how you can change trap severity based on the received values.

 

 

Best regards,

Svetoslav

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