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Snmp traps wlsxIpSpoofingDetected and wlsxNIpSpoofingDetected? What does the capital N mean?

There are several snmp traps that are duplicated. The only dofference is the capital N in the trap. What dows this represent? I think it came out in 6.0 code but cannot find any documentation on the differences. I would like to only enable one of these traps. Thanks in advance for any help or direction. 

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Re: Snmp traps wlsxIpSpoofingDetected and wlsxNIpSpoofingDetected? What does the capital N mean?

the non-N version of the trap is a legacy trap i believe.  If i recall correctly the capital N was added to indicate next generation controller/trap library to differentiate from the legacy snmp entry. in theory you sholudn't see the legacy trap coming from newer controllers/code. i'm quoting most of this from memory though!

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Re: Snmp traps wlsxIpSpoofingDetected and wlsxNIpSpoofingDetected? What does the capital N mean?

Thank you. 

Is there any additional informamtion in the trap? That being said if there are duplicate trap names N and non N, you could simply disable the non N trap in the controller. I will look for a release not or document. Please provide if you have a doc or a link if you have one. Aprreciate the information.!!

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