Trap Variables Overview
Table 198 lists the trap variables for the proprietary SNMP traps used by Steel-Belted Radius Carrier.
Table 198: Trap Variables
The component within the SBR server that issued the trap.
The severity of the event that caused the trap.
Total number of concurrent active sessions in the server.
The maximum number of concurrent active sessions allowed by the license.
The identity of the software that is the RADIUS server.
The number of threads available in the thread worker pool.
The number of bytes available in the file system.
The file system path to the private directory used by the RADIUS server.
The dilution factor for the trap. The trap is sent on once for every 'n' occurrences of this event.
The number of connection attempts to a SQL database.
The number of disconnects from a SQL database (due to an error encountered during an operation).
The number of timeouts encountered when trying to perform a transaction against a SQL database.
The .ini file setting used to specify a configuration value.
The type of database being employed by the RADIUS server.
The name of the remote system failing connectivity from the RADIUS server.
The name of the user to whom the trap refers.
The name of the persistent storage to which the trap refers.
A generic diagnostic message that may be helpful in determining and addressing the possible root causes of the trap.
The name of the IP address pool to which the trap refers.
The number of addresses available in the IP address pool.
The name of the remote system with which the RADIUS server has established a connection.
The name of a queue in the RADIUS server.
The severity of the event that caused the trap:
The dilution factor for the trap. The trap is sent once for every 'n' occurrences of this event.
The name of the admin user whose request is denied.
The uri of the request that is denied.
The textual reason why an admin request is denied.
The socket port number to which the trap refers.
The socket IP address to which the trap refers.
The name of the directory where log files are stored.
The textual information that specifies whether the transaction rate limit is applied or cleared.
The store from which the persistence switchover was made:
The time when the persistence switchover occurred:
The server identifier of the Diameter peer.
Diameter Result-Code attribute values returned by SBR Carrier.