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    About SRC License Server Alarms

    The license server provides notifications when licensing thresholds are exceeded. Table 1 describes the conditions that prompt a warning or an alarm.

    Table 1: SRC SNMP Warnings and Alarms


    Notification to SRC SNMP Agent

    Number of licenses in use exceeds a user-defined threshold.

    Minor warning SNMP trap

    License reaches its expiration date.

    saeUserLicenseExpiry warning SNMP event trap

    Number of service sessions exceeds the number available.

    saeServiceSessionLicense warning SNMP event trap

    Number of licenses in use reaches the license limit.

    Major warning SNMP trap

    Major alarm state continues for 1 week.

    Escalation to critical

    The license server continues to run during a critical alarm state but denies all requests for licenses. The license server clears the alarm when the alarm is no longer active.

    You can configure the license server to send warnings and alarms, and can configure an SNMP host to receive the warnings and alarms.

    Note: The SRC SNMP agent takes no action when it receives any of these traps. You must determine appropriate measures to resolve these warning states.

    Modified: 2012-11-23