Suppression Of Excessive SNMP Traps From Eagle STP To E5-MS
(Doc ID 2705600.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 01, 2020
Applies to:Oracle Communications EAGLE (Software) - Version EAGLE 46.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
In Eagle STP, when SNMP feature is enabled and E5-MS or SNMP host is configured for northbound interface monitoring, the Eagle UIM/UAM alarm events will be forwarded to the E5-MS (SNMP host or NMS) in the form of SNMP traps.
Unsolicited Information Messages (UIM)
The system sends unsolicited information messages to the system terminal whenever there is a non-service affecting condition. This includes MSUs with invalid information, conversion failures, and/or a failed gateway screening function. Each message has a numbered code and informational text associated with the condition.
eg. 000-1999 — Alarms (UIMs)
Unsolicited Alarm Messages (UAM)
The system sends unsolicited alarm messages to the system terminal whenever there isa system fault, whenever a previous fault condition is corrected, when a subsystem,equipment, and/or service is placed in or taken out of service. Each message has a trouble code and text associated with the trouble condition.
eg. 1-999 —Alarms (UAMs)
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