You find a mib file with trap definitions in it (TRAP-TYPE) and use the
mib2trap command against it. (It does not have to be loaded for this.)
It will generate a script that issues addtrap commands. See the man pages
for mib2trap and addtrap. This updates the trap definitions known to
the same as using the gui (options...Events ...Trap) would. Which you can
do. Also, there has been a lot of discussion of using mib2trap on this
you can search the archives that tkg has set up for us (www.tkg.com/nv-l).
Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
Sent by: Discussion of IBM NetView and POLYCENTER Manager on NetView
Subject: Re: How to load and configure cisco mibs and traps?
Ok, that answers the first part of my question in regards to loading the
MIBS. Now, how do I make them useful, i.e. I'm receiving undefined traps
from my cisco agents. How/where do I define them, and make them