Here is an example of an SNMP Trap Action that is being sent when a server has a service stop. Is there anyway I can remove everything being sent except for the BOLD text below?


enterprises.34167.1.101.468 = 1.3.6.1.4.1.34167.1.101.468

enterprises.34167.1.100.15277 = 1.3.6.1.4.1.34167.1.100.15277

enterprises.34167.1.11 = 0

enterprises.34167.1.10 = 0

enterprises.34167.1.9 = 0

enterprises.34167.1.8 = 0

enterprises.34167.1.7 = Service Monitor

enterprises.34167.1.6 = 20160229173032

enterprises.34167.1.5 =

enterprises.34167.1.4 = Alert

enterprises.34167.1.3 = Monitor services on HPJET

enterprises.34167.1.2 = HPJET

enterprises.34167.1.1 = The service "Application Experience" is not running on computer HPJET

snmpTrapOID = SNMPv2-SMI:enterprises.34167.1

sysUpTime = 4 days 5 hours 26 minutes 24.40 seconds

asked 29 Feb '16, 18:39

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edited 29 Feb '16, 18:41


Actually think I found what I was looking for. c:Program Files (x86)PA Server MonitorMIBspoweradmin.mib

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answered 04 Mar '16, 13:06

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Never mind, I thought I could possibly remove content from the poweradmin.mib file, but I don't think that fixed anything. My question still stands.

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answered 04 Mar '16, 13:15

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On SNMP and SNMP Trap monitors you have a the option to remove common text when sending alerts. Look at the bottom of your monitor, you can add text in this text box.

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