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Not able tor prevent sending on "Informational" events

Jaap Laaij
Frequent Advisor

Not able tor prevent sending on "Informational" events

Hi all,

I 'm trying to prevent the sending of all informational events from the switches to PCM+3.x by using the command:
- snmp-server host x.x.x.x "public" not-info

First deleted the line:
- snmp-server host x.x.x.x "public"

However after a day or so this line reappears in the running and startup config.
This is true for all models we use 26xx,28xx,42xx,56xx,66xx.

Any one ideas?

Thanx Jaap
4 REPLIES
Tore Valberg
Trusted Contributor

Re: Not able tor prevent sending on "Informational" events

Hi Jaap

If you go into the Agent manager in PCM, under discovery.

Untick the option:
Automatically Register as trap receiver for new devices.

If that doesn't work, something strange is going on.

This might be a stupid question, but i assume you did the "write memory" command?

Tore
Jaap Laaij
Frequent Advisor

Re: Not able tor prevent sending on "Informational" events

Hi Tore,

No, not a stupid question. It happens to all of us now and then. But not this time however. :)

I think your suggestion/solution will do the trick. I 'll try and let you know.

Thanx again !
Jaap Laaij
Frequent Advisor

Re: Not able tor prevent sending on "Informational" events

Hi Tore,

Your solution did the trick.
No more sneaky reappearing command :).

However I still keep receiving Informational events - Link active on port xx message.

??

Greetz Jaap
John Gelten
Regular Advisor

Re: Not able tor prevent sending on "Informational" events

Jaap,

I've been crunching my memory, as I have had this question asked by a customer about three moths ago. And I know we found the solution, after some trail-and-error. I also know we have documented the required config, but obviously, I didn't save a copy on my notebook. As usual.

No PCM-server/ProCurve switches at hand to test, but I am quite sure that

fault-finder loss-of-link sensitivity low

should get you at least in the right direction.