We are talking about passed parameters here, and it is difficult to answer
a question like this without a specific example.
But for example, if you had a script called "mytest" and you wanted to pass
it varbind 1, varbind 2, the enterprise oid, and the agent address, in
that order, you would do so like this:
<full_path>mytest $1 $2 $e $A
but inside your script these parameters would be referenced in order as
$1, $2, $3, and $4. They are not exported as ruleset variables are.
Whether you use the agent address ($A) or the NetView attribute $2, which
always contains the hostname, depends upon whether you are dealing with a
NetView trapd on a non-NetView trap. Only NetView traps have the hostname
in the second varbind.
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05/09/2005 11:32 hostname
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Running 7.1.4 fp3 on solaris 2.8
I can only get Automatic actions to pass me what is in the string via $1 $2
$3, if I reference $e I get nothing?
I need the ip address or hostname of the source of the event how do I
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