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Mohamed_Fahmy
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SNMP trap

Hello,

 

I need to send SNMP trap from DCE server and netbotz 450 to a third party SNMP trap receiver (NNMi) from HP. So is it necessary to upload the MIB file of the netbotz on the trap receiver to receive traps from DCE and netbotz?

 

thanks,

Mohamed Magdy

 

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TechieBala
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Re: SNMP trap

Dear @Mohamed_Fahmy ,

 

Yes, NMS systems normally require the MIB files to be uploaded. Please refer the below k-base document which addresses your query.

https://www.se.com/in/en/faqs/FA231439/

 

Struxureware DCE Powernet MIB can be downloaded in the below link:
https://www.apc.com/shop/in/en/products/PowerNet-MIB-v4-3-2/P-SFPMIB432

 

The SNMP MIB for NetBotz Appliances can be downloaded from the NetBotz Appliance itself by accessing the following URL:
V3
http://ip_address_of_appliance/netbotzv3.mib

 

The latest MIB should also be available on the APC software downloads page at:
https://www.apc.com/shop/us/en/products/NetBotz-MIB-v3-2-0/P-SFNBMIB320

 

You can configure your NMS or Trap Receiver on DCE Dekstop client.

NMS1.pngNMS2.pngNMS3.png

 

I hope this helps. 

 

Mohamed_Fahmy
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Re: SNMP trap

we made the configuration in the DCE as you mentioned, downloaded the MIB file direct from the netbotz and uploaded it in the NMS but we can not receive the traps on NMS. we test flow on the network we found that the netbotz send the below trap but we can not see this trap on NMS:

10.1.91.13.1024 > nnmipr1.snmp: [udp sum ok]  { SNMPv1 C= ????{ Trap(424)  E:5528.100.10.2.1 10.1.91.13 enterpriseSpecific s=2 7839703 E:5528.100.11.1="nbErrorCond_4C4344C1" E:5528.100.11.2="nbErrorType_toohigh" E:5528.100.11.3="Value Too High" E:5528.100.11.4="nbAlinkEnc_0_2_TEMP" E:5528.100.11.5="OFY.ICT1.F06/SrT09" E:5528.100.11.6="nbAlinkEnc_0" E:5528.100.11.7="Sensor Pod" E:5528.100.11.8="" E:5528.100.11.9="" E:5528.100.11.10=1582636987 E:5528.100.11.11=1582636987 E:5528.100.11.12=0 E:5528.100.11.13=3 E:5528.100.11.14="22.4 __C" E:5528.100.11.15=22 E:5528.100.11.16=399999 } }

we notice that the OIDs is not the same as in MIB (it is not complete Ex: E:5528.100.11.2 should be 1.3.6.1.4.1.5528.100.11.2 )

 

please advise where is the problem?

TechieBala
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Re: SNMP trap

I suggest you to use the SNMP Trap test by using DCE "Network Management Systems Integration" feature and see if it has different results. To use DCE "Network Management Systems Integration" feature, then please use Powernet MIB instead of Netbotz MIB.
I am not familiar in NNMi NMS. The DCE SNMP Trap feature works as the way it is described in the k-base document:FA231439. Capture.JPG
I also let other folks in this community to share their views on your query.