NBI SNMP V3 Interface - Wrong UAM/UIM Format In SNMP Trap

(Doc ID 2189213.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 23, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Communications EAGLE (Software) - Version E5-MS 46.2 to EAGLE 46.2 [Release E5-MS 46.0 to EAGLE 46.0]


On : E5-MS 46.2 version, E5-MS (Production)

E5MS46.2 send the UAM/UAM code via SNMP V3 in a wrong format to NMS tool. Normally all UIM/UAM numbers are four-digit, e.g. 0048 - Terminal failed.

The display in E5MS is correct but in the SNMP Trap E5MS send the code 48 - Terminal failed instead 0048.

In E5MS-Version 45.0.1. the SNMP-Traps (V2C) are correct and the UIM/UAM-code is four-digit.

The E5MS should send the full four digits of UAM and should not remove 0 from the two digit or three digit UAMs.
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Create a two digit or three digit alarm on the Eagle (e.g. UAM 0048)
2. See the alarm displayed on E5MS with full code 0048
3. Check SNMP trap sent by E5MS to NMS tool. It will be only 48 and not the full 0048

The issue has the following business impact:
Due to this issue, NMS system cannot correctly identify the alarm code as it expects four digits, but is getting only two.


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