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    Configuring an SNMP Trap Host

    You can use the snmp-server host command to configure an SNMP trap host to refine the type and severity to traps that the host receives. A trap destination is the IP address of a client (network management station) that receives the SNMP traps. You can configure up to eight trap hosts on each virtual router.

    For more information about supported trap categories and trap severity levels, see Trap Categories and Trap Severity Levels sections in SNMP Trap Overview.

    To configure an SNMP trap host to refine the type and severity to traps that the host receives:

    • Execute the snmp-server host command in Global Configuration mode.
      host1(config)# snmp-server host 126.197.10.5 version 2c westford udp-port 162 snmp link trapfilters alert

      Use the no version to remove the specified host from the list of recipients.

    Published: 2014-08-12