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Procurve configuration (Urgently-10 points for each reply)

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Marco_ALT
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Procurve configuration (Urgently-10 points for each reply)

Hello

iam using a procurve switch in my environment, and i need to monitor it through NNM.

i need HP ProCurve to send CPU traps to NNM.
iam asking a simple question.
does ProCurve send CPU traps by default to NNM -incase the NNM server is included in the ACL- or i need to enable CPU traps to be sent first?
also, which command enable ProCurve to send CPU traps?

10 points for each reply.
Kano
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Evert Goor
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Re: Procurve configuration (Urgently-10 points for each reply)

As far i know the procurve switches are not sending cpu traps i can only pull them of the switches.
You can try with the command:
snmp-server host debug "ip address"
to get more out of that but as far i remember never saw a cpu message.
Marco_ALT
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Re: Procurve configuration (Urgently-10 points for each reply)

thanks Evert


how can i get a list of all snmp traps to be sent form the ProCurve switch.

more replies will be highly appeciated
Evert Goor
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Re: Procurve configuration (Urgently-10 points for each reply)

Mine last post was a litle confusing.
What i ment is that hp is not sending cpu traps but just link/crc errors etc traps.

With the command snmp-server host you can set the level of severity of the traps you can recieve.

If you set it to debug there is a chance you wil get cpu traps. Only i have no access to a list what realy is being sended to the trap reciever.

Good luck with testing
Olaf Borowski
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Re: Procurve configuration (Urgently-10 points for each reply)

What are you really looking for?
If the CPU reaches a certain threshold you want the switch to send a trap to NNM?
Example: CPU = 80% busy, send trap?