So what trap variable contains the message? trapd.conf will tell you.
And what do you want to do when you have a match?
A filter only alters the display of an event window. A ruleset may have an
action attached. Presumably you could just use an Event Attribute node in
a ruleset to match the varbind number of the trap to the correct string and
connect it to an Action, some script you write. But a better ruleset would
be Trap Settings for the correct enterprise first.
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09/13/2005 10:22 [nv-l] Filter editor question
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Running Netview 7.1.3 on Solaris 8
I am trying build a filter/ruleset that will match on criteria specified
in the message field of the trap.
Tue Sep 13 08:15:28 2005 server_name.domain.com A rfFaxServer 6 2 4 args:
LGSD:Library already loaded.
The last portion of the line above is what I need to match because the
software vendor has most of their traps with the same specific and generic
trap ids for numerous meaningful traps with the same severity(no idea why)
The message is the only thing that is specific to the different traps
Or if anyone has done a fine job monitoring Captaris Rightfax please share
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