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What Is the Difference Between an SNMP Inform Request and an SNMP Trap?

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Article ID: KB4380 KB Last Updated: 29 Jun 2010Version: 3.0
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What Is the Difference Between an SNMP Inform Request and an SNMP Trap?
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The major difference between an inform request and a trap is that an SNMP agent has no way of knowing if an SNMP trap was received by the SNMP manager. However, an SNMP inform request packet will be sent continually until the sending SNMP manager receives an SNMP acknowledgement.



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