Configuring Backup Exec System Recovery to send SNMP traps

Article:HOWTO21362  |  Created: 2009-01-29  |  Updated: 2013-10-17  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO21362
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Configuring Backup Exec System Recovery to send SNMP traps

If you use Network Management System (NMS) applications, you can configure Backup Exec System Recovery to send SNMP traps for different priority and notification types.

By default, Backup Exec System Recovery is not enabled to send SNMP traps. You must enable this functionality in Backup Exec System Recovery, and you must install and configure the Windows SNMP service on your computer if it is not already.

To configure Backup Exec System Recovery to send SNMP traps

  1. On the Tasks menu, click Options.

  2. Under Notifications, click SNMP Trap.

  3. Click the Select the priority and type of messages list and select the priority level at which traps should be generated.

    All messages Send all messages, regardless of priority levels.
    Medium and high priority messages Send only medium and high priority messages.
    High priority messages only Send only high priority messages.
    No messages Do not send any messages, regardless of priority levels.

     
  4. Select one or more of the following options:

    • Errors

    • Warnings

    • Information

  5. Select the version of SNMP traps to be sent (Version 1 or Version 2), and then click OK.


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