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[EOL/EOE] How to configure NSMXpress to send traps to the SNMP server



Article ID: KB23270 KB Last Updated: 18 Oct 2020Version: 4.0
Note: A product listed in this article has either reached hardware End of Life (EOL) OR software End of Engineering (EOE).  Refer to End of Life Products & Milestones for the EOL, EOE, and End of Support (EOS) dates.
This article provides information on how to configure NSMXpress to send traps to the SNMP server.
NSMXpress can send traps to the SNMP server. There are some predefined traps available in NSM, which can be enabled.
To enable the NSMXpress server to send traps to the SNMP server, launch the WebUI and go to System Administration > SNMP Monitoring and click the SNMP Traps tab.

Configure the SNMP server as the Destination IP and SNMP V2C Community as the Community. There are 6 predefined traps, which can be enabled:
  1. Disk space low (the threshold value, below which traps are sent).

  2. Memory low (the threshold value, below which traps are sent).

  3. CPU high (the threshold value, above which traps are sent).

  4. NSM start / stop (when NSM services are stopped or started).

  5. Admin logon / logoff (when the Admin user logs in or logs off  CLI and WebUI).

  6. External IP unreachable.

The following image illustrates a sample configuration, which shows all the SNMP traps as enabled:

When the required options are selected and saved, NSM will send traps to the configued SNMP server; whenever the event occurs.

Note: For more information, refer to the NSMXpress User Guide.

Modification History:
2020-10-18: Tagged article for EOL/EOE.
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