>>>>> Van Trinh writes:
Van> My snmp agent sends trap to port 8086 nd i have been trying to
Van> figure out how to get this info to tkined since it looks like it
Van> is hardwired to port 162.
Van> I tried to wrap this info in a shell script like this:
Van> #!/bin/sh /usr/local/bin/straps 8086
Van> and set TNM_STRAPS to this script, but when tkined comes up it
Van> can't connect to this.
The current version is not able to receive from ports other than
162. You can run straps on another port, but this is not enough
because scotty needs to find him somehow. A real solution requires
to do some C coding...
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