Re: Frame Relay
I believe this trap is associated with enterprise 220.127.116.11.18.104.22.168 which is
the RFC1315-Frame Relay MIB. The event we have defined for this reads:
"Frame Relay DLCI $2 Status Change (FR Trap 1) n\Interface Index $1
\nCircuit State $3 \n Where 1=invalid, 2=active, 3=inactive."
This event by itself indicates a problem with the frame-relay cloud and
specifically the listed DLCI. It doesn't necessarily mean a problem with
the serial interface.
Hope this helps.
Mentor Graphics Corporation
kristi_smith AT mentorg DOT com
From: Chance, Larry [mailto:lchance AT SFBCIC DOT COM]
Sent: Monday, November 08, 1999 8:58 AM
To: NV-L AT UCSBVM.ucsb DOT edu
Subject: Frame Relay
NetView for NT
Would this trap indicate a physical problem on the serial interface of the
or is it an LMI status request from the router to the DLCI?
It makes me think it is the router serial interface since it's DTE.
Where can I reference the meanings of the Index and State?
frDLCIStatusChange:trap received from enterprise frame-relay-dte
with 3 arguments: frCircuitIfIndex=3; frCircuitDlci=100; frCircuitState=3