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Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 08:58:33 -0500
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I seem to remember, back in the day, that there was some documentation about setting up custom ‘user defined’ traps, as it were.  Specifically, that there was a specific range of numbers reserved for this particular use.  However, I’m at a loss to find any reference to them now.


Did I dream this, or have I killed a few too many brain cells?



Blane Robertson

Capgemini / Dallas

Enterprise Systems Management/ Capgemini Energy

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