Hello Dave,

> OK - try the following:
> In /var/net-snmp/snmpd.conf:
> createUser internal MD5 "some password"
> In /usr/local/share/snmp/snmpd.conf: (or wherever your snmpd.conf file

> trap2sink {monitorHost} public
> rouser internal
> monitor -u internal "inSync" . == 1
> monitor -u internal "outSync" . == 2
> That should generate a trap whenever any of the RTS-MIB::Pair1Local
> objects takes the value 1 or 2
> If you need to cover the other link values as well (i.e. Pair2Local, and
> Pair{1,2}Remote), then try:
> monitor -u internal "inSync" . == 1
> monitor -u internal "outSync" . == 2

This seems to be Fine

And the problem here is I am not sure that who all use these Boards will use
Net-Snmp as a Manager

If they are using any other properitary SNMP Manager then the above setup
will not work na

please clarify this confusion


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