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Subject: [NV-L] Ruleset Editing Questions
From: sean.lawrence@cantire.com
Date: Tue, 24 Oct 2006 08:13:55 -0400
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I am trying to set up some rules to filter out traps coming for 
Ciscoworks. We are getting way to many now that the network guys have 
turned it on.

Is there a way to simply drop traps that have not been defined in the 
trapd.conf? I do not want to keep them in Netview or forward them to TEC.

On a side note I am having trouble setting up simple rules.

I am receiving a trap from Ciscoworks with the OID of 
I do not want this forwarded to TEC

In the ruleset defined in tecint.conf I created an Event Attributes rule. 
It looks like this:

Event Stream -> (EnterpriseOID <> -> Forward

I ran the nvtecia -reload command to reload the ruleset and I am still 
getting these forwarded. Is there something else required to load modified 

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