Acme Packet : SNMP Traps For CPU And Memory - apSysMgmtGroupTrap
(Doc ID 2573420.1)
Last updated on AUGUST 15, 2023
Applies to:Acme Packet 4600 - Version S-Cz8.1.0 and later
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SNMP traps for CPU and Memory not getting generated even CPU/Memory exceeds the alarm-threshold. What is the correct OID for CPU/memory trap?
The following snips of Oracle SBC MIB Reference Guider Release S-Cz8.1.0:
apSysMgmtCPULoadAvgTrap 188.8.131.52.4.1.9184.108.40.206.0.86 - The trap will be generated when CPU Load Average Alarm exceeds its minor alarm threshold.
apSysMgmtCPULoadAvgClearTrap 220.127.116.11.4.1.918.104.22.168.0.87 - The clear trap will be sent when the CPU load average recedes to the minor alarm level.
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