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FAQ-Whether to Send the IP Address of the Device When the Northbound Interface Forwards Trap Messages of Device

Publication Date:  2012-07-24 Views:  27 Downloads:  0
Issue Description
Q:
Whether to forward the IP address of the device when the northbound interface transmits trap messages of device?
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Handling Process
A:
When northbound interface forwards trap messages of device, it does not transmit the IP address of the device by default.
If forwarding the IP address of the device is required, it is necessary to configure the parameter in the snmpagent.cfg file. 
File name: snmpagent.cfg   Path: $N2000ROOT/server/conf
The number of parameters forwarded by default is ten:
VB1 = NEName
VB2 = NEType
VB3 = ObjectInstance
VB4 = EventType
VB5 = EventTime
VB6 = ProbableCause
VB7 = Severity
VB8 = EventDetail
VB9 = AdditionalInfo
VB10 = FaultFlag
If forwarding the IP address of the device is required, it is necessary to add one VB parameter. 
VB11=DeviceIP
After revising, save the configuration file and restart the snmp northbound interface process.
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