Re: snmp-server trap-source loopback0
I have a very similar environment setup with Cisco routers and very large
Frame Relay network. I just configured the routers with the IP address of
the netview server and enabled frame-relay traps. The router will use
whatever interface it has as its primary route back to the server. In my
situation I have a single serial interface with two PVCs, each with a
different CIR. We are using OSPF and weight the higher CIR PVC so that it
is the primary leg. It works like a charm. Be sure to load the
frame-relay mib and format your traps. BTW we are monitoring the router
using loopback addresses as well (lo0). Our frame is IP unnumbered.
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I know in the past there have been discussions about setting the
on the routers. I could not locate the messages in the Archives.
I have frame relay routers that will soon be converted to new pvcs. There
will be a primary and secondary pvc to each router. If we do not set the
trap-source at all will the trap be sent or forwarded on the working serial
interface if the primary pvc goes down?
We want to avoid a lot of DNS work by adding all the loopback addresses.
we also want to avoid configuring all the routers.
Can someone please send the arguments for setting the trap-source, please?
Thanks very much.
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