Dell EMC OpenManage Essentials Version 2.5 User's Guide

Custom Trap Definitions

Table 1. Custom Trap Definitions. The following table provides information on the custom trap definitions.
Field Description
Add Trap
Category Name To select the event category names defined in OpenManage Essentials or to provide a new category name.
Unknown Traps Click to display the unknown traps received in OpenManage Essentials.
Description To provide the trap description.
Trap Name To provide or edit the trap name.
Generic ID To provide or edit the generic trap ID of the SNMP trap that you want to monitor from the required event source.
Enterprise OID To provide or edit the enterprise OID (SNMP OID prefix) of the event source that you want to monitor.
Specific ID To provide the specific trap ID of the SNMP trap that you want to monitor from the required event source.
Format String To provide or edit the message string that is displayed in the OpenManage Essentials alert logs.
Severity Displays the severity of the trap. You can modify the severity of the trap to:
Add Trap Click to add the trap definition to the User-defined Trap(s) grid.
Delete User-Defined Traps
Name Displays the trap name.
Category Name Displays the category name of the trap.
Severity Displays the severity of the trap.
Enterprise OID Displays the enterprise OID (SNMP OID prefix) of the event source that you want to monitor.
Description Displays the trap description
Format String Displays the message string that is displayed in the OpenManage Essentials alert logs.
Generic Trap ID Displays the generic trap ID of the SNMP trap that you want to monitor from the required event source.
Specific Trap ID Displays the specific trap ID of the SNMP trap that you want to monitor from the required event source.
Delete Trap Click to delete the selected traps.

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