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SNMP trap configuration

 
 
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      09-04-2009

Hi,

Occasionally our monitoring system receives a syslog trap from a cisco router
indicating for example high memory utilization.

Eventually this condition subsides and the memory utilization returns to normal;
at this stage are there any traps which can be configured that will indicate to
the monitoring system that the problem has gone away?

Thanks,

Jason

 
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