The SNMPc app that we used at the interop does a pretty good job of
displaying trap information. I am going to assume, however, that the
trail licenses have expired. What if your noteboot were to all of the
sudden think it was February again for a couple of hours?
The software does not display the vaule of generic-alert (unless it is a
generic alert) or time-stamp. However it does show the enterprise, the
specific-trap, and the variable-bindings.
Works in a pinch
P.S. This has got to be one of the shortest notes I have posted!
JK Martin wrote:
> Bill Wagner raised a good question that I have been meaning to ask for
> some time now:
> > [...] By the way,
> > could you suggest an application to check the trap as sent (other than
> > a network analyzer)?
> Can anyone point out some public domain (ie, free) trap receiver code
> that can be used for this kind of debugging?
> I know the standard CMU toolset has a "trapd" program, but I haven't had
> time to check it out to see if it is as simple as we need it to be.
> Anyone have any experience with such a simple tool?
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