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SNMPTRAP(1)			   Net-SNMP			   SNMPTRAP(1)

       snmptrap, snmpinform - sends an SNMP notification to a manager

       snmptrap  -v 1 [COMMON OPTIONS] [-Ci] enterprise-oid agent generic-trap
       specific-trap uptime [OID TYPE VALUE]...

       snmptrap -v [2c|3] [COMMON OPTIONS] [-Ci]  uptime  trap-oid  [OID  TYPE

       snmpinform  -v  [2c|3]  [COMMON	OPTIONS]  uptime  trap-oid  [OID  TYPE

       snmptrap is an SNMP application that uses the SNMP  TRAP  operation  to
       send  information to a network manager.	One or more object identifiers
       (OIDs) can be given as arguments on the command line.   A  type	and  a
       value  must  accompany  each  object identifier.  Each variable name is
       given in the format specified in variables(5).

       When invoked as snmpinform, or when -Ci is added to  the  command  line
       flags  of  snmptrap,  it sends an INFORM-PDU, expecting a response from
       the trap receiver, retransmitting if required.  Otherwise it  sends  an
       TRAP-PDU or TRAP2-PDU.

       If any of the required version 1 parameters, enterprise-oid, agent, and
       uptime are specified as empty, it defaults to (enter
       prises.cmu.1.1), hostname, and host-uptime respectively.

       The TYPE is a single character, one of:
	      i  INTEGER
	      u  UNSIGNED
	      c  COUNTER32
	      s  STRING
	      x  HEX STRING
	      n  NULLOBJ
	      o  OBJID
	      t  TIMETICKS
	      a  IPADDRESS
	      b  BITS
       which are handled in the same way as the snmpset command.

       For example:

       snmptrap  -v  1	-c  public  manager enterprises.spider test-hub 3 0
       interfaces.iftable.ifentry.ifindex.1 i 1

       will send a generic linkUp trap to manager, for interface 1.

       snmptrap takes the common options described in  the  snmpcmd(1)	manual
       page in addition to the -Ci option described above.

       snmpcmd(1), snmpset(1), variables(5).

4th Berkeley Distribution	  08 Feb 2002			   SNMPTRAP(1)

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