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    Viewing SNMP Trap Statistics

    Purpose

    Display statistics for all SNMP traps on the virtual router, as well as statistics for each SNMP host configured on the virtual router.

    Action

    To display statistics for all SNMP traps on the virtual router:

    host1#show snmp trap statistics
    Trap request(s):3112
    Proxy trap request(s):0
    Trap(s) discarded:4
    No system memory:0
    No queue resources:0
    SNMP agent disabled:0
    Global trap category disabled:4
    Global minimum severity level:0
    Trap(s) out:3108
    Trap(s) proxied:0
    Address         TrapsDiscarded    TrapsDiscarded TrapsDiscarded TrapsDiscarded
                    Severity/Category bad encoding   Queue Full     NoHostResponse
    --------------- ----------------- ------------- ------------- -------------
    1.1.1.1         1081              0             511           32
    10.10.132.137   0                 0             0             0 
    Address         Trap PDUs
                    sentOut
    --------------- ---------
    1.1.1.1         536
    10.10.132.137   3108

    Meaning

    Table 1 lists the show snmp trap statistics command output fields.

    Table 1: show snmp trap statistics Output Fields

    Field Name

    Field Description

    Trap request(s)

    Number of local traps requested

    Proxy trap request(s)

    Number of proxy traps requested

    Trap(s) discarded

    Total number of traps discarded

    No system memory

    Total number of traps discarded because there was not enough system memory

    No queue resources

    Total number of traps discarded because there were no queue resources available

    SNMP agent disabled

    Total number of traps discarded because the SNMP agent was disabled

    Global trap category disabled

    Total number of traps discarded because they were filtered by the snmp enable trap command

    Global minimum severity level

    Total number of traps discarded because they did not match the severity level set with the snmp enable traps trapfilters command

    Trap(s) out

    Total number of traps sent by the virtual router

    Trap(s) proxied

    Total number of traps proxied by the virtual router

    Address

    IP address of the host

    TrapsDiscarded Severity/Category

    Severity level and category of the discarded traps

    TrapsDiscarded bad encoding

    Traps discarded because of bad encoding

    TrapsDiscarded Queue Full

    Traps discarded because the queue was full

    TrapsDiscarded NoHostResponse

    Traps discarded because the host did not respond to pings sent to the host

    Trap PDUs sentOut

    Number of trap PDUs sent by this host

    Published: 2014-08-12