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[NV-L] Invalid SNMP trap from 1841 router usingTCL generated trap

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Subject: [NV-L] Invalid SNMP trap from 1841 router usingTCL generated trap
From: Sue Young <syoung@westpac.com.au>
Date: Thu, 12 Apr 2007 19:03:26 +1000
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Has anyone experienced the following invalid SNMP trap message from a TCL generated trap message from 1841 routers.

1176366284 7  Thu Apr 12 18:24:44 2007 <none>                    T WARNING: invalid SNMPTrap packet from agent source A pid -1

The script on the router tests the PSTN dialer and sends a trap if a dialer test fails. We are using the CISCO-EMBEDDED-EVENT-MGR-MIB. Both version 1 and 2 mibs are loaded but the message isn't getting that far. (The tcl also is using snmp v1). Have checked the archives and have seen a few instances of this message. Have viewed the same trap sent to a PC using NetSNMP and it looks OK however haven't looked at the raw format. Is this a Netview problem - have TCL generated traps worked before, or is it more likely to be what the TCL is sending. Perhaps it's being corrupted somewhere along the line???

We are still running 7.1.3 FixPack 3. (I know we need to upgrade as soon as I get some time).  Any help is greatly appreciated.


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