SNMP traps sent by the Veritas Cluster Server Notifier resource are not correctly interpreted by SNMP trap receiver software

Article:TECH48464  |  Created: 2006-01-14  |  Updated: 2009-01-23  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH48464
Article Type
Technical Solution


Environment

Issue



SNMP traps sent by the Veritas Cluster Server Notifier resource are not correctly interpreted by SNMP trap receiver software

Solution



An issue has been identified with the VCS.MIB file released with Veritas Storage Foundation HA 4.3, where some trap definitions in the MIB file do not match the actual traps sent by the notifier resource.

Some trap receivers will discard traps which do not meet the MIB definitions and so it may appear that you are not receiving SNMP traps from the Notifier resource.

This issue has been identified and a private fix is available from Symantec Enterprise Technical Support. To obtain the private fix, contact Symantec Support and reference this TechNote during the call. A support representative will be available to assist in troubleshooting this issue. If it is determined that the private fix addresses the problem, the support representative will further assist in obtaining the private fix. For a complete list of Symantec Enterprise Technical Support contact numbers, go to http://www.symantec.com/enterprise/support/ 

Note: This fix specifically addresses the problem identified above. It has not been fully tested and should be applied in a test environment before placing into production. If the systems are not critically impaired, it is recommended to delay the installation of this private fix until the next scheduled maintenance release. Before applying this private fix, systems may be required to be upgraded to the latest code base. The support representative will help in determining the best course of action.


Attachments

vcs_284291.mib (22 kBytes)

Legacy ID



284291


Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH48464


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