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VRRP SNMP

BR-tranchant
Occasional Contributor

VRRP SNMP

hello,
Is there a same config for VRRP SNMP
as XRRP : xrrp trap state-change
xrrp trap master-transition

thanks

Patrick
1 REPLY
Jarret Workman
Frequent Advisor

Re: VRRP SNMP

Hi Patrick,

Reviewing the XRRP trap state-change on a 5300 and comparing to VRRP on a 5400, it does not look like the exact same trap exists. Page 6-18 of the Multicast and Routing Guide for the 3500/5400 series shows the following trap options:

Syntax: [no] router vrrp traps ]

Enables or disables SNMP trap generation for the following
events:

New Master â Indicates that the sending router has transitioned
to 'Master' state.

Authentication Failure - Indicates that a VRRP packet has
been received from a router whose authentication key or
authentication type conflicts with this router's authentication
key or authentication type.

Notes: This feature assumes the snmp-server host command
has been used to configure a a trap receiver. If a VRRP
packet is received with an authentication type other
than 0 (zero; that is, no authentication), then the packet
is dropped. (Refer to â Operating Notesâ on page 6-34.)

Link to 5400 manuals:

http://www.hp.com/rnd/support/manuals/5400zl.htm

Regards,

Jarret