Re: Interface Down Event
On a cisco router you should also get the interface name passed as a
parameter in the (enterprise specific) SNMP trap.
I think the interface name is parameter #2
The reason for the status change is parameter #4
Neil Whitehead (x22808)
IT Services (Telecoms)
The Royal Bank of Scotland
Tel: 0131-523 2808
e-mail: whitern AT rbos.co DOT uk
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> hi all,
> How does one determine which interface is down on a multiport router
> when recieving a interface down event.
> All that gets propagated is the agents address/name.
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