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Does Instant AP send SNMP traps for link up/ down? For which interfaces are these traps sent?

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Question: Does Instant AP send SNMP traps for link up/ down? For which interfaces are these traps sent?
Environment:  This article applies to all the IAPs running a minimum OS version of 6.2.1.0-3.3.0.0

 

 

Aruba Instant™ 6.2.1.0-3.3.0.0 Software has support for sending Traps when the following interfaces goes up/down

     –GRE

     –Ethernet

     –BSSID 

     –Tunnel

      –PPP
 

The Following screenshot shows the output of AP Datapath bridge table which gives the bridge table entries along with the Interfaces and their corresponding TRAP entries 

Note :- Ethernet 0 is represented as bond0 in the output of datapath bridge table 

 

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63:f3:7f:c3:67:40# show snmp trap-queue

 

2013-04-18 09:08:34 Link 52 is down.  Admin status is 2; oper status is 2

 

2013-04-18 09:08:34 Link 72 is down.  Admin status is 2; oper status is 2

 

2013-04-18 09:08:45 Link 56 is down.  Admin status is 2; oper status is 2

 

2013-04-18 09:08:45 Link 76 is down.  Admin status is 2; oper status is 2

 

2013-04-18 09:08:45 Link 52 is up.  Admin status is 1; oper status is 1 

 

2013-04-18 09:08:46 Link 76 is up.  Admin status is 1; oper status is 1 

 

2013-04-18 09:08:58 Link 72 is down.  Admin status is 2; oper status is 2

 

2013-04-18 09:08:58 Link 56 is down.  Admin status is 2; oper status is 2

 

Total traps in the queue                :    51

 

Total traps generated in the network     :   51

 

 

 

Link down: admin status and operation status = 2 (down) 

 

Link up: admin status and operation status = 1 (up) 

 

 

Below is the Trap response for link down on the SNMP Manager

 

 

 

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                             Below is the Packet Capture of the SNMP Inform Request

 

 

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