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How to Understand the SNMP Trap On SBC And Its Meaning (Doc ID 2452885.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 01, 2018

Applies to:

Acme Packet 3820 - Version E-Cz7.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This is the trap we are getting, need to clarification on what it is:

When an alarm message is generated by the device an RV-ATL-SBC01 minor hardware ETC #0 Active cores: 0xad5f 176:14:07:49.59 / apSyslogHistFrom.4 (OCTETSTR):RV-ATL-SBC01 apSyslogHistLevel.4 (INTEGER):minor apSyslogHistType.4 (OCTETSTR):hardware apSyslogHistContent.4 (OCTETSTR):ETC #0 Active cores: 0xad5f apSyslogHistTimestamp.4 (TICKS):176:14:07:49.59


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