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Old 10-28-2005, 03:58 AM   #1
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Question disable cold start and warm start snmp traps


I am quite new to Linux and all I wanted to do was enable generation of snmp traps from my fedora core 3 box to my NMS. I have installed the net-snmp package and still expolring it. 2 questions here :

1) Have added trap2sink <ip address> <community> in the snmpd.conf file for testing of snmp traps. But apparently it send traps when the linux box is rebooted. Where can i disable that??

2) And do i have to install the whole net-snmp package just to be able to generate snmp traps and nothing else??

Your inputs will be highly aprreciated!


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