Re: [tkined] Receiving a different trap than sent one

From: Juergen Schoenwaelder (
Date: Wed Oct 18 2000 - 11:30:47 MET DST

>>>>> Javier Campoamor writes:

Javier> In my agent, I have to send a trap after receiving a set. The
Javier> problem that I'm having is that I send a trap but the manager
Javier> application (SNMPv1) receives another one.

Javier> This is the line where I send the trap: $trapSession trap
Javier> mlosSltSingleRes [list [list mlosDN $gMlosDN]]

Javier> where the mlosSltSingleRes is: mlosSltSingleRes
Javier> nonLeaf

Javier> The trap recived in the manager is: UFFITL: callBack. TrapId =

Javier> I have read in the snmp man pages that "It is possible to
Javier> convert a SNMPv1 trap definition into a snmpTrapOid object
Javier> identifier by appending the generic and specific trap number
Javier> to the enterprise object identifier." How can I do this? I
Javier> know which the object identifier is, but I don't know where to
Javier> find the enterprise oid (perhaps, and the
Javier> generic & specific number.

It is hard to say anything without seeing the actual MIB definitions,
knowing the scotty version and perhaps a neutral dump of the packet
(e.g. running tcpdump or ethereal).


Juergen Schoenwaelder      Technical University Braunschweig
<>  Dept. Operating Systems & Computer Networks
Phone: +49 531 391 3289    Bueltenweg 74/75, 38106 Braunschweig, Germany
Fax:   +49 531 391 5936    <URL:>

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