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2930F - SNMPv3 Traps sent to target address

Hi I am a SNMP noob and finally was able to do and snmpwalk and receive SNMPv3 traps.

However I am only receiving a very limited amount of notifications. See traps list below.

 

Is there a way to send more traps, for example, I was expecting to receive a trap when I disabled a port, but I'm not.

 

Any  ideas? Thanks!

 

 

# show snmp-server

 SNMP Communities

  Community Name                   MIB View Write Access
  -------------------------------- -------- ------------
  public                           Manager  Unrestricted

 Trap Receivers

  Link-Change Traps Enabled on Ports [All] : All

  Traps Category                          Current Status
  _____________________________________   __________________
  SNMP Authentication                   : Extended
  Password change                       : Enabled
  Login failures                        : Enabled
  Port-Security                         : Enabled
  Authorization Server Contact          : Enabled
  DHCP-Snooping                         : Enabled
  DHCPv6-Snooping Out of Resource       : Enabled
  DHCPv6-Snooping Errant Replies        : Enabled
  Dynamic ARP Protection                : Enabled
  Dynamic IP Lockdown                   : Enabled
  Dynamic IPv6 Lockdown Out of Resource : Enabled
  Dynamic IPv6 Lockdown Violations      : Enabled
  Startup Config change                 : Disabled
  Running Config Change                 : Disabled
  MAC address table changes             : Disabled
  MAC Address Count                     : Disabled
  DHCP-Server                           : Enabled
  NTP-Client                            : Disabled
  MACsec Failures                       : Enabled
  ND Snooping Out of Resources Traps    : Enabled
  VSF                                   : Disabled
Aruba Employee

Re: 2930F - SNMPv3 Traps sent to target address

Here is a link to the Traps and MIBs supported on the 2930F and the bit builds of when supported.  Please review and let us know if you need additional information.

 

https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=a00038734en_us

 

 

 

 

ROB HAVILAND

DIRECTOR TME, ARUBA WIRED INTELLIGENT EDGE
M: 414.841.3605 | rob.a.haviland@hpe.com
8000 FOOTHILLS BLVD | ROSEVILLE, CA 95747 USA
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Re: 2930F - SNMPv3 Traps sent to target address

Hi Rob/All,

 

The link provided in above post does not open the page.

Further, suppose customer is looking configuration change notification should also be received to solarwind tool  .He has syslog and SNMV3 configuration as below on 2930f switch. 

logging 10.232.215.138

logging facility syslog

logging severity info

logging notify running-config-change

logging command

----------------------------------------------------------------

snmp-server community "public" unrestricted

snmpv3 enable

snmpv3 only

snmpv3 restricted-access

snmpv3 group managerpriv user "solarwinds" sec-model ver3

snmpv3 user "solarwinds"

Current Version : WC.16.07.0002

 

As he has SNMPV3 was thnking to propose customer with SNMPV3 trap commands to receive notification on configuration change . So will be below configuration adding to snmp will do or still need something more in config to acheive customer requirement.

 

snmp-server enable traps startup-config-change
snmp-server enable traps running-config-change

Any help on this appreciated in advance.

 I am going to ask customer to add above commands and see the outputs. 

Thanks

Shadaab

Aruba Employee

Re: 2930F - SNMPv3 Traps sent to target address

Greetings!

 

You will also need to configure SNMPv3 notifications and specify a target address where the notifications are sent to. Refer to this section of the 2930F Management and Configuration Guide for command references and a configuration example.



MATTHEW FERN
TECHNICAL MARKETING ENGINEER, WIRED INTELLIGENT EDGE

Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company

8000 FOOTHILLS BLVD  |  ROSEVILLE, CA 95747
T: 916.540.1759  |  E: mfern@hpe.com
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