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SNMP proxy agent oid

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When proxying SNMP traps to NNMi which proxy-agent-oid (to determine the correct agent source) are we supposed to use?

 

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Ludvig,

  If you are sending traps from a proxy server to NNMi and want to be able to control the source node that the trap is associated with when it displays the trap then you might find the following KCS document helpful:

KM1412326 : How is the source of a trap set

 This details the OIDs that NNMi will use to set the source of the trap.

  All the best

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Ludvig,

  If you are sending traps from a proxy server to NNMi and want to be able to control the source node that the trap is associated with when it displays the trap then you might find the following KCS document helpful:

KM1412326 : How is the source of a trap set

 This details the OIDs that NNMi will use to set the source of the trap.

  All the best

Dave Y

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