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SNMP Trap

The FloodQueueOverflow warning trap is sent whenever a request is dropped due to threads not being available and the maximum size of the flood queue being reached. The trap can be diluted (sent only every n times a request is dropped) by adding FloodQueueOverflow = n to the [Dilution] section of events.ini, where n represents the number of packets that must be dropped before the trap is sent. The OID for this SNMP trap is defined in fnkradtr2.mib.

See the Juniper Networks Steel-Belted Radius Carrier Reference Guide for more information.

Modified: 2017-09-27