SNMP Trap Alerting > SNMP Configurations
Version 9.1
SNMP Configurations
SNMP traps can be issued from any saved tabular report instance, including custom reports that have been created via the Report Template Designer.
Traps have the following characteristics:
A trap is sent for each row in a report; therefore, if a table is empty, no traps are sent.
The name of the report is included in the trap.
The trap includes data for each column in a row.
Standard OIDs
StorageConsole does not include a static MIB, however, a standard set of Object IDs can be used to create a MIB.
Data in an Alerting Trap
The data from each row in the report’s table is packed into a single SNMP trap as follows:
Contains the saved report instance name, such as Job Summary
Column 1 data
Column 2 data
Each column’s data is included
Example of a Job Summary Alerting Trap
In the following example, a Job Summary report was generated for All Backups with an Event Status of Failed. This report was then filtered on Type equals Full Backup. A sample of the saved report instance is shown below.
For the above example, the data is delivered in the trap as follows:
ObjectId COLUMN_OID_PREFIX + .0 contains the saved report instance name—Failed Full Backups
ObjectId COLUMN_OID_PREFIX + .1 contains the Client
ObjectId COLUMN_OID_PREFIX + .2 contains the Server
ObjectId COLUMN_OID_PREFIX + .3 contains the Product