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Configuration Guide - Device Management

S7700 and S9700 V200R013C00

This document describes the configurations of Device Management, including device status query, hardware management, CSS, SVF, PoE, OPS, OIDS, energy-saving management, information center, fault management, NTP, synchronous ethernet, PTP.
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Configuring Trap Output

Configuring Trap Output

Pre-configuration Tasks

Before enabling trap output, start the switch.

Configuration Procedure

Table 9-7 lists the configuration procedure for enabling trap output.
Table 9-7  Configuration procedure for enabling trap output
No. Name Description Remarks
1 Enabling the Information Center

You can configure the information center only after the information center is enabled.

By default, the information center is enabled.

Steps 2 to 4 are optional and can be performed in any sequence.

2 (Optional) Renaming Information Channels

You can rename channels, which facilitates memorization and usage.

3 (Optional) Configuring Trap Filtering

If some traps are unnecessary, configure the switch not to output these traps.

4 (Optional) Setting the Timestamp Format of Traps

To adjust the time format and time precision for information output, configure the timestamp.

5 Configuring the Device to Output Traps to the Trap Buffer

To view traps in the trap buffer, configure the switch to output traps to the trap buffer.

Steps 5 to 10 can be configured in any sequence. You can configure the device to output traps to one or more destinations according to your needs.

6 Configuring the Device to Output Traps to a Log File

After traps are output to a log file, you can download the log file anytime to view traps generated by the switch to monitor device running.

7 Configuring the Device to Output Traps to the Console

After traps are output to the console, you can view traps on the console (host from which you can log in to the switch through the console interface) to monitor device running.

8 Configuring the Device to Output Traps to a Terminal

After traps are output to a user terminal, you can view traps on the user terminal (host from which you log in to the switch through STelnet) to monitor device running.

9 Configuring the Device to Output Traps to a Log Host

After configuring the switch to output traps to a log host, you can view traps saved on the log host to monitor device running.

10 Configuring the Device to Output Traps to an SNMP Agent

If an exception or a fault occurs on the switch, the network administrator wants to learn device running. You can configure the switch to output traps to an NMS server so that the network administrator can monitor the switch in real time and locate faults immediately. Before configuring the switch to output traps to an NMS server, configure the switch to output traps to an SNMP agent. Then the SNMP agent sends traps to the NMS server.

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Updated: 2019-04-20

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