Just a small question: what is a MLM?
firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] De la part de Denis Peuziat
Envoyé : Tuesday, March 20,
2007 10:16 AM
À : Tivoli NetView
Objet : Re: [NV-L] Flitering
Traps on NetView 7.1.4
practice for SNMP traps is to control them as close to their source as
the options are:
Unconfigure the SNMP stack of your devices so that they do not send any traps
if you want some of the traps but not all of them to get through, either you
can configure that on the device itself (pretty rare but sometimes possible) or
you install an MLM somewhere on your network, and you reconfigure your devices
to send their traps to this MLM, where you will have filters for the unwanted
events. MLM is strong and can handle large amounts of events without taking
much resource on the system.
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Is there a way to filter/limit traps coming in on the netview server before
they are processed by 'trapd', one of our customer is facing some serious
performance issues coz a lot of unnecessary traps are coming in from different
network devices accross the network.
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