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    Enabling the Policy Resources Exhaustion Trap

    You can use the policy-resource-exhaustion trap enable command to enable the policy resource exhaustion trap to send an SNMP trap notification to the SNMP manager when the policy resources are exhausted. An SNMP trap notification is sent for the following policy resource types when they exceed their maximum limits as per the system maximums:

    • ipPolicyDescriptor (0)
    • l2PolicyDescriptor (1)
    • rateLimiter (2)
    • statsBlock (3)
    • camTotalEntries (4)
    • softwareLookupRuleSet (5)
    • parentGroup (6)

    For more information about the system maximums, see Appendix A, System Maximums in the JunosE Release Notes.

    An SNMP trap notification contains the following information:

    • Slot number in which the policy resource is exhausted
    • Type of the exhausted policy resource
    • Direction of the exhausted policy resource: ingress, egress, or both.

    To enable the policy resource exhaustion trap to send an SNMP trap notification:

    • Issue the policy-resource-exhaustion trap enable command in Privileged Exec mode.
      host1#policy-resource-exhaustion trap enable

    Use the no version to disable the policy resource exhaustion trap from sending an SNMP trap notification when the policy resources are exhausted.

    Published: 2014-08-14