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SNMP Trap Explaination

Hi, I have a number of trap type that I would like to disable on my controllers. But I need to know what they do.

 

And how it would impact Airwave not to get those traps.

 

So where could I have a list of definitions?

 

Some of those traps are

 

wlsxUserEntryAttributesChanged
wlsxAPImpersonation
wlsxAPRadioEntryChanged
wlsxNRadioAttributesChanged
wlsxNUserEntryDeleted

 

Thanks


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Re: SNMP Trap Explaination

Disabling a trap on the controller wouldnt effect any functionality on Airwave unless we have any trigger condition created using those trap values.


Below are the OID info

 

wlsxUserEntryAttributesChanged : This trap indicates that the user entry attributes have changed.

 

wlsxAPImpersonation : This trap indicates that an AP detected AP Impersonation because the number of beacons seen has exceeded the expected number by the configured percentage threshold.

 

wlsxAPRadioEntryChanged : This trap indicates that the Radio configuration has changed.

 

wlsxNRadioAttributesChanged : A Trap which indicates changes in the Radio attributes of an access point.

 

wlsxNUserEntryDeleted : This trap indicates that a user was deleted

 

Regards,
Vishnu
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Re: SNMP Trap Explaination

Disabling a trap on the controller wouldnt effect any functionality on Airwave unless we have any trigger condition created using those trap values.


Below are the OID info

 

wlsxUserEntryAttributesChanged : This trap indicates that the user entry attributes have changed.

 

wlsxAPImpersonation : This trap indicates that an AP detected AP Impersonation because the number of beacons seen has exceeded the expected number by the configured percentage threshold.

 

wlsxAPRadioEntryChanged : This trap indicates that the Radio configuration has changed.

 

wlsxNRadioAttributesChanged : A Trap which indicates changes in the Radio attributes of an access point.

 

wlsxNUserEntryDeleted : This trap indicates that a user was deleted

 

Regards,
Vishnu
If my post helped you, don't forget to give kudos ;)

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Re: SNMP Trap Explaination

Great info, thanks

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