Traps Usage

This topic describes traps usage information in
DX NetOps Performance Management
:
Get the SNMPengineID
The trap receiver (for example,
DX NetOps Spectrum
), using SNMPv3, uses the
SNMPengineID
to allow encrypted traps from a specific sender for decryption. Use the following REST endpoint to get the
SNMPengineID
:
URL:
http://<
NetOps_Portal_host
>:<
port
>/EventManager/webservice/notifications/engineId
  • port
    The port for the Event Manager.
    Default:
    8281
Method:
GET
Return:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
<EngineID>
<ID>
80:00:13:70:01:8a:2a:f8:41
</ID>
</EngineID>
The ID string is the
SNMPengineID
.
EventManager Format Usage
The EventManager MIB is supported for trap notifications.
You can find the MIB files in the
<installation_directory>
/PerformanceCenter/PC/webapps/pc/mibs/netqos-em-mib
directory.
  • installation_directory
    The directory where you installed
    NetOps Portal
    .
When you select the EventManager format, the trap is sent out with the following variables:
  • netQosEventId
    Specifies an identifier that Event Manager assigned to the event.
  • netQoSEventType
    Specifies the type of event.
  • netQoSEventCategory
    Categorizes the event.
    Values:
    0 Unknown, 1 Fault, 2 Config, 3 Accounting, 4 Performance, 5 Security
  • netQoSEventSeverity
    Specifies the severity of the event.
    Values:
    0 Normal, 1 Unknown, 2 Minor, 3 Major, 4 Critical, 5 Unavailable
  • netQoSEventDescription
    Describes the event.
  • netQoSEventState
    Specifies the current state of the event. Each state has its own notification.
    Values:
    0 opened, 1 acknowledged, 2 closed, 3 cleared
  • netQoSEventOpenTime
    Specifies the UTC timestamp (from the eventState timestamp).
  • netQoSEventMapURL
    No value is available. The "" string is sent.
  • netQoSEventDetailsURL
    No value is available. The "" string is sent.
  • netQoSEventAssociatedItemURL
    Specifies the URL to the item web page.
  • netQoSEventItemName
    Specifies the item name. There is one notification per item.
    Maximum length:
    127 bytes
  • netQoSEventItemType
    Specifies the item type.
    Maximum length:
    32 bytes
  • netQoSEventItemSubtype
    Specifies the item subtype.
    Maximum length:
    32 bytes
  • netQoSEventItemIpAddress
    Specifies an IP address for the item or an empty string.
  • netQoSEventPropertyName
    Specifies one name set for each property. A PropertyName exists for each property in the event. (The properties vary by the event type.)
    Maximum length:
    128 bytes
  • netQoSEventPropertyValue
    Specifies the property value for the event. A PropertyValue exists for each property in the event. (The properties vary by the event type.)