Manage the trap receivers (Network Management System consoles) to which you want the server to send SNMPv1 traps and SNMPv3 informs for alarms that occur at the monitored SNMP, Modbus, and NetBotz Appliances, and the devices associated with those appliances.
For information about the SNMPv1 traps and SNMPv3 informs that the Data Center Expert server can send, see the latest version of the APC PowerNet MIB available for download at https://www.apc.com/us/en/tools/download/
|Enable All Traps||Select (check-mark) to allow the Data Center Expert server to send SNMPv1 traps or SNMPv3 informs to the listed receivers.|
|List||Use to manage the receivers to which SNMPv1 traps or SNMPv3 informs can be sent.
Trap Receiver: IP address of the Network Management System console.
Port: Port at the receiver to which SNMPv1 traps or SNMPv3 informs are sent.Type: Type of SNMP communications to be used (SNMPv1 or SNMPv3).
Severities: Severity levels for which SNMPv1 traps or SNMPv3 informs will be sent: Failure, Error, Critical, Warning, and Information.
At least one severity level must be selected. For information about what each severity level indicates, see Alarm action severity settings.
|Add||Click to access the "Add Trap Receiver" wizard.|
|Remove||Click to delete a selected trap receiver from the list.|
|Edit||Click to access the "Edit Trap Receiver" wizard for a selected trap receiver.|
|Send Test Trap||
Click to send a test trap or inform to a selected trap receiver.
The Data Center Expert server cannot determine if a trap or inform was received. You must verify its receipt at the trap receiver. For information about what can cause a trap test to fail, see Test trap failures.