How can I send a particular trap to selected destinations?
This is not currently possible. All notifications will be sent to all configured destinations. The agent does not (currently) support notification filtering.
There is a preliminary implementation of the
which is designed to allow this sort of selective trap direction.
However this is not currently active. (The tables are present and
can be manipulated and updated, but the information is not consulted).
Documentation on how to use this mechanism will appear once the functionality is working properly.
- What MIBs are supported?
- What protocols are supported?
- How do I configure the agent?
- How do I remove a MIB from the agent?
- I've installed a new MIB file. Why can't I query it?
- How do I add a MIB to the agent?
- What's the difference between 'exec', 'sh', 'extend' and 'pass'?
- What's the difference between AgentX, SMUX and proxied SNMP?
- What is the purpose of 'dlmod'?
- Which extension mechanism should I use?
- Can I use AgentX when running under Windows?
- How can I run AgentX with a different socket address?
- How can I turn off SMUX support?
- How can I combine two copies of the 'mib2' tree from separate subagents?
- What traps are sent by the agent?
- Where are these traps sent to?
- How can I send a particular trap to selected destinations?
- When I run the agent it runs and then quits without staying around. Why?
- After a while the agent stops responding, and starts eating CPU time. Why?
- How can I stop other people getting at my agent?
- How can I listen on just one particular interface?
- The agent is complaining about 'snmpd.conf'. Where is this?
- Why does the agent complain about 'no access control information'?
- How do I configure access control?
- How do I configure SNMPv3 users?
- The 'createUser' line disappears when I start the agent. Why?
- What's the difference between /var/net-snmp and /usr/local/share/snmp?
- My new agent is ignoring the old snmpd.conf file. Why?
- Where should the snmpd.conf file go?
- Why am I getting "Connection refused"?
- Why can't I see values in the UCDavis 'extensible' or 'disk' trees?
- Why can't I see values in the UCDavis 'memory' or 'vmstat' tree?
- What do the CPU statistics mean - is this the load average?
- How do I get percentage CPU utilization using ssCpuRawIdle?
- What about multi-processor systems?
- The speed/type of my network interfaces is wrong - how can I fix it?
- The interface statistics for my subinterfaces are all zero - why?
- Does the agent support the RMON-MIB?
- What does "klread: bad address" mean?
- What does "nlist err: wombat not found" (or similar) mean?
- What does "Can't open /dev/kmem" mean?
- The system uptime (sysUpTime) returned is wrong!
- Can the agent run multi-threaded?
- Can I use AgentX (or an embedded SNMP agent) in a threaded application?