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snmpinform



SYNOPSIS

       snmptrap  -v  1  [-Ci]  [common  arguments] enterprise-oid
       agent generic-trap  specific-trap  uptime  [objectID  type
       value]...

       snmptrap  -v  [2c|3] [-Ci] [common arguments] uptime trap-
       oid [objectID type value]...

       snmpinform -v [2c|3] [common  arguments]  uptime  trap-oid
       [objectID type value]...


DESCRIPTION

       Snmptrap is an SNMP application that uses the TRAP Request
       to send information to a network  manager.   One  or  more
       fully  qualified  object identifiers can be given as argu­
       ments on the command line.  A type and a value must accom­
       pany  each object identifier.  Each variable name is given
       in the format specified in variables(5).

       When invoked as snmpinform, or when -Ci is  added  to  the
       command  line  flags  of snmptrap, it sends an INFORM-PDU,
       expecting a response from the trap  receiver,  retransmit­
       ting  if  required.   Otherwise  it  sends  an TRAP-PDU or
       TRAP2-PDU.

       If any of the required version 1  parameters,  enterprise-
       oid, agent, and uptime are specified as empty, it defaults
       to 1.3.6.1.4.1.3.1.1 (enterprises.cmu.1.1), hostname,  and
       host-uptime respectively.

       The type is a single character, one of:
              i  INTEGER
              u  UNSIGNED
              c  COUNTER32
              s  STRING
              x  HEX STRING
              d  DECIMAL STRING
              n  NULLOBJ
              o  OBJID
              t  TIMETICKS
              a  IPADDRESS
              b  BITS

       For example

       snmptrap -v 1 manager public enterprises.spider test-hub 3
       0 '' interfaces.iftable.ifentry.ifindex.1 i 1

       will send a generic link-up trap to manager, for interface
       1.

       If  the network entity has an error processing the request
  
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