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Cisco SNMP trap for BPDU guard?

Marco_168
Advisor

Cisco SNMP trap for BPDU guard?

Hi guys!

On out Catalyst 4000 L3 Switches, 12.2(18)EW1 I configured:

>spanning-tree portfast bpduguard default

now whenever there is a loop the ports will go into error state (disable).

Is there a possibility to generate a SNMP trap for this event? I already see it in syslog...

Feb 28 10:32:04 XXXX 2155: .Feb 28 09:32:04 UTC: %SPANTREE-2-BLOCK_BPDUGUARD: Received BPDU on port FastEthernet6/26 with BPDU Guard enabled. Disabling port.

thanks for your help.

Cheers,

marco
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Masmix
Valued Contributor

Re: Cisco SNMP trap for BPDU guard?

You can enable logging to hosts and use software to convert syslog messages to trap. OpenView NNM can do this, I think UNIX Swatch too.
I had problems with generating Port Security traps from CatOS - sending SNMP traps should work but I received none.
You can try to enable SNMP traps on CatOS by: set snmp trap enable bridge
Marco_168
Advisor

Re: Cisco SNMP trap for BPDU guard?

Hi Masmix!

Thanks for you answer. I found that I can enable syslog messages to be send as traps, as you suggested.

snmp-server host x.x.x.x public snmp syslog
logging history level 3 (e.g. errors)

...and now I see on the SYSLOG when a port is blocked: syslog event: "BLOCK_BPDUGUAR"

Don't see the port yet but with querying the MIB: clogHistMsgText from OV I should also get this.

Thanks,

marco