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Re: trap question

2001-12-12 09:50:46
Subject: Re: trap question
From: "James Shanks" <jshanks AT us.ibm DOT com>
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Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 09:50:46 -0500
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Start up  xnmtrap from a command line and go look at this trap.  What's in 
the source field?  is it "?" or "A"?   trapd knows that it's not from 
NetView (netmon) but the Event Display may be relying on the proper 
character being in the file.

James Shanks
Level 3 Support  for Tivoli NetView for UNIX and NT
Tivoli Software / IBM Software Group
 





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James,

Thanks for the reply.  You did clear things up for me but that leads me to
another question.....

In the Event Display application, when a trap comes in and I go into the
details of the event, it says Source: Source not known ?
I am thinking from you said earlier that it should understand that the
source is the Agent?!?
If that's the case, why would it say unknown?
Is there a way to correct this?  (or is it not broken?)
thanks again..

b




  
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You might want to have a look at the man page for trapd.conf and see if it
will answer some of your questions.

I don't understand what  you mean when you say that it is not receiving 
the
"Source". The "Source" is a single character indicating origin. In this
case the trap must be configured as an Agent trap in trapd.conf, because
there is a big "A" in the log before each variable.  If you mean the
originating node, that is given by the "10.73.7.242" IP address, so this
device must not be in DNS or /etc/hosts.  If it were, then trapd would
resolve that to a hostname.

Nothing is stored in UNIX.  Traps pass through and trapd formats them, 
logs
them, and passes them on to other processes.  That's all there is to it.
If the trap has ten variables and you only format one, the others are not
displayed or logged anywhere.

Based on the excerpt, this trap is configured with the Log Message being
set to
$E $G $S $# $*
which means to display, in order, the enterprise (dl3800) generic id (6)
specific id (108) number of variables (4 args:) and then display each
variable in turn.  Each number in a bracket [1] represents a variable, and
since there are four, it takes 5 lines to display the entire thing. 
Clearly
you are getting all that is being sent.

What are you expecting that you would ask "how can I determine whether or
not the DL3800 is actually
sending this information.?".  Of course it is, where else would all this
come from?

James Shanks
Level 3 Support  for Tivoli NetView for UNIX and NT
Tivoli Software / IBM Software Group



 
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Hey all...

We're running NV602 on AIX 433....  I have a question about Traps.

I have a Digital Link DL3800 set to send traps to netview and it all
appears to be working just fine, however, it's not receiving the 'Source'

my question is, how can I determine whether or not the DL3800 is actually
sending this information.?  I have looked in the trapd.log file and I 
don't
see anything in there, but does that store the entire trap or only what it
knows about and can format?

Any advice to help me figure this out would be greatly appreciated...
here's the entries from the trapd.log file as well...


----------


1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
108 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 
(Integer):
2
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 1
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 108
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
49 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 4
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 49
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163428 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
34 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163428 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 3
1008163428 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 34
1008163428 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163428 3  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001 10.73.7.242               ? Agent
Interface Down (linkDown Trap) enterprise:dl3800 (1.3.6.1.4.1.300.102)
args(1):
1008163428 3  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001  10.73.7.242               ?  [1]
mgmt.mib-2.transmission.ds1.6.1.1.0 (Integer): 2
1008163429 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:49 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
38 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163429 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:49 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 3
1008163429 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:49 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 38
1008163429 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:49 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
36 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 1
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 36
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6

34 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 4
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 34
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
36 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 4
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 36
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
40 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 3
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 40
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163440 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:00 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
38 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163440 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:00 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 4
1008163440 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:00 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 38
1008163440 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:00 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163442 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
40 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163442 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 4
1008163442 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 40
1008163442 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163442 3  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001 10.73.7.242               ? Agent
Interface Up (linkUp Trap) enterprise:dl3800 (1.3.6.1.4.1.300.102) 
args(1):
1008163442 3  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001  10.73.7.242               ?  [1]
mgmt.mib-2.transmission.ds1.6.1.1.0 (Integer): 2
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
108 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 
(Integer):
2
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 4
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 108
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 
6
49 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 1
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 49
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0



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Start up  xnmtrap from a command line and go look at this trap.  What's in the source field?  is it "?" or "A"?   trapd knows that it's not from NetView (netmon) but the Event Display may be relying on the proper character being in the file.

James Shanks
Level 3 Support  for Tivoli NetView for UNIX and NT
Tivoli Software / IBM Software Group




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James,

Thanks for the reply.  You did clear things up for me but that leads me to
another question.....

In the Event Display application, when a trap comes in and I go into the
details of the event, it says Source: Source not known ?
I am thinking from you said earlier that it should understand that the
source is the Agent?!?
If that's the case, why would it say unknown?
Is there a way to correct this?  (or is it not broken?)
thanks again..

b




                                                                                                                 
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You might want to have a look at the man page for trapd.conf and see if it
will answer some of your questions.

I don't understand what  you mean when you say that it is not receiving the
"Source". The "Source" is a single character indicating origin. In this
case the trap must be configured as an Agent trap in trapd.conf, because
there is a big "A" in the log before each variable.  If you mean the
originating node, that is given by the "10.73.7.242" IP address, so this
device must not be in DNS or /etc/hosts.  If it were, then trapd would
resolve that to a hostname.

Nothing is stored in UNIX.  Traps pass through and trapd formats them, logs
them, and passes them on to other processes.  That's all there is to it.
If the trap has ten variables and you only format one, the others are not
displayed or logged anywhere.

Based on the excerpt, this trap is configured with the Log Message being
set to
$E $G $S $# $*
which means to display, in order, the enterprise (dl3800) generic id (6)
specific id (108) number of variables (4 args:) and then display each
variable in turn.  Each number in a bracket [1] represents a variable, and
since there are four, it takes 5 lines to display the entire thing. Clearly
you are getting all that is being sent.

What are you expecting that you would ask "how can I determine whether or
not the DL3800 is actually
sending this information.?".  Of course it is, where else would all this
come from?


James Shanks
Level 3 Support  for Tivoli NetView for UNIX and NT
Tivoli Software / IBM Software Group



                                                                         
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Hey all...

We're running NV602 on AIX 433....  I have a question about Traps.

I have a Digital Link DL3800 set to send traps to netview and it all
appears to be working just fine, however, it's not receiving the 'Source'

my question is, how can I determine whether or not the DL3800 is actually
sending this information.?  I have looked in the trapd.log file and I don't
see anything in there, but does that store the entire trap or only what it
knows about and can format?

Any advice to help me figure this out would be greatly appreciated...
here's the entries from the trapd.log file as well...


----------


1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
108 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 1
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 108
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
49 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 4
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 49
1008163427 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:47 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163428 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
34 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163428 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 3
1008163428 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 34
1008163428 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163428 3  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001 10.73.7.242               ? Agent
Interface Down (linkDown Trap) enterprise:dl3800 (1.3.6.1.4.1.300.102)
args(1):
1008163428 3  Wed Dec 12 08:23:48 2001  10.73.7.242               ?  [1]
mgmt.mib-2.transmission.ds1.6.1.1.0 (Integer): 2
1008163429 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:49 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
38 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163429 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:49 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 3
1008163429 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:49 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 38
1008163429 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:49 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
36 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 1
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1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
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1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6

34 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
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1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 34
1008163431 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:51 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
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1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
36 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
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1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 36
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
40 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
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1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 40
1008163432 7  Wed Dec 12 08:23:52 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163440 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:00 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
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2
1008163440 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:00 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
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1008163440 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:00 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
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1008163440 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:00 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163442 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
40 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163442 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
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1008163442 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 40
1008163442 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163442 3  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001 10.73.7.242               ? Agent
Interface Up (linkUp Trap) enterprise:dl3800 (1.3.6.1.4.1.300.102) args(1):
1008163442 3  Wed Dec 12 08:24:02 2001  10.73.7.242               ?  [1]
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1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
108 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.2.0 (Integer): 4
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 108
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001 10.73.7.242               A dl3800 6
49 4 args:  [1] private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.10.0 (Integer):
2
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [2]
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1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [3]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.3.1.11.0 (Integer): 49
1008163443 7  Wed Dec 12 08:24:03 2001  10.73.7.242               A  [4]
private.enterprises.digital-link.102.1.1.18.0 (Integer): 0



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