> 1) Is there any way i can run snmptrapd
> udp:162 other then root . If not, is there way to change port
> permission such a way that, other user can use port 162.
>


Use sudo(8) in your handler.

Snmptrapd could be converted to a priviledge-separated model. This is
what OpenBSD is doing with most daemons. Probably just some grant
funding needed to sponsor dev.

~BAS

> 2) shell we redirect trapdhandler error out
> to file say(traphandle oid $home/myname/pl_prg.pl test_od
> 2>$home/myname/test.log
>
>
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