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FAQ-How to manually trigger SNMP alarm in SE2300

Publication Date:  2012-08-09 Views:  353 Downloads:  0
Issue Description

Q:
Device : SBC SE2300
Version: version 5.30 (sbc v200r007c01spc130)

While setting up or troubleshooting SNMP connectivity between SE2300 and Network Management System,
engineers are require to manually generate alarm either by creating attack such as SIP attack, tracert attack or shutdown some of the port.

Rather than manually generate alarm to verify SNMP connectivity between SE2300 and NMS.
We could also use some of the hidden command.

Alarm Information
NULL

Handling Process
A:
one can generate alarm using hidden command.

use command below to trigger alarm
#system
#_h <--to enter hide command view
#sbc trap 104
#sbc trap 105

on the hidecmd view, the trap can be send by command, the the alarm id must larger than 100. in this case, sbc trap 104 is use to trigger alarm id 104. 105 is use to recover alarm id 104.
Root Cause
NULL

Suggestions
null

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