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“loop-detected" trap on procurve

FrankMortensen
Honored Contributor

“loop-detected" trap on procurve

Hi

When enabling the loop-protection functionality on procurve switches, apparently a "loop-detected" trap is being sent when a port is shut down.

Do anyone have any info. about this trap? What snmp oid does it have? What MIB is it defined in?

Best regards,
Frank W. Mortensen
Managon
3 REPLIES
Jussi Hartikainen
Occasional Visitor

Re: “loop-detected" trap on procurve

Hi

Did you figure this one out? I could use the information also.
FrankMortensen
Honored Contributor

Re: “loop-detected" trap on procurve

Hm

I am back to this problem again, at another customer's site. They have triggered such a trap on a ProCurve 4900 switch. The trap oid in this case is 1.3.6.1.4.1.11.2.3.7.11.45.0.2.

But this oid seems to be specific for the ProCure 4900. Meaning that there might be a unique trap id for each of the ProCurve device models that will send such a trap..

Could anyone please confirm or refute?

Frank
Jim Shanks
Occasional Visitor

Re: “loop-detected" trap on procurve

Hey,

I was using procurve manager successfully to alert myself via email when the loop-detect trap was trigged. It worked real well until my pcm server crashed and when I rebuilt it I could not remember (successfully) how to make it alert again. If anyone could help with this I would be obliged.