Absent Member.. Kevin Tessier Absent Member..
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SNMPTRAP Operation error in Operations Orchestration

I am trying to use the snmptrap operation to send a simple trap with one varbind to a mgmt station. The snmptrap ation has many required fields one of which is varbindType AND IS POPULATED BY A pull down list. Im selecting string. When i run the flow after polpulating the other fields the flow eror outs with not  alot of info the error message  "Empty Transition description" and the trap is not sent. If i remove that as a reuired field the flow runs error free but only sends the trap header and no varbind info which I believe is because it doesnt know the varbind type. Has anyone used this before and if so what am I doing wrong. I am using the sample snmptrap flow provided with operations just adding in my data values.


destinationIpAddress Value:

port Value: 162

communityName Value: public

SenderOid Value:

senderIp Value:

trapType Value: 6

specificType Value: 2

timeStamp Value: 123456

timeOut Value: 90

varbindID Value:

varbindValue Value: 98;; HDCHPOO; HPOO; 23878; KEEPALIVE

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Absent Member.. davidnlarkin72 Absent Member..
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Re: SNMPTRAP Operation error in Operations Orchestration

I apologize in advance for asking the "obvious"... You do have an SMTP server setup on your OO system right?

David Larkin
Regular Contributor.. Philippe GAONAC Regular Contributor..
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Re: SNMPTRAP Operation error in Operations Orchestration


Have you find a solution ?

I hope so, since all the time passed !

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