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HP SNMP Agents - only 1 trap destination? And no MIB-ii support?

 
msully
Occasional Contributor

HP SNMP Agents - only 1 trap destination? And no MIB-ii support?

My company is shipping a software product on HP Proliant DL360's and 380's.  We're using hp-snmp-agents and its dependencies to provide SNMP support for the hardware.  We use net-snmp for our own product so we have /etc/snmp/snmpd.conf configured with MIB-ii target addresses for traps.

 

HP SNMP Agents doesn't seem to like this at all - I had to add a trapsink link to get any output from the HP SNMP Agents - and adding a second trapconfig seems to be ignored. 

Is this really the case?  Is there a way to get MIB-II support in the hp-snmp-agents?  Is it possible to have more than one trap destination with them?

Thanks,
Mike

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msully
Occasional Contributor

Re: HP SNMP Agents - only 1 trap destination? And no MIB-ii support?

Update - OK, it appears the HP SNMP Agents can handle more than one trapsink link - I had killed the file I was dumping snmptrapd to and it didn't know enough to recreate it.  Restarting snmptrapd I was able to get traps at two different locations - so my question is down to - is there any way to get HP SNMP Agents to understand mib-ii style trap destinations.