This loads SNMP on the server and sets PUBLIC as the Trap community name string, but does not allow SNMP access to the server to anyone unless they have authenticated supervisor access. For more information on configuring SNMP access TID 2907814.
This loads SNMPLOG.NLM and creates the SYS:ETC\SNMP$LOG.BIN file. Once SNMPLOG.NLM is loaded, 'SET SNMP TRAP LOGGING' can be turned ON and OFF from MONITOR, SERVER PARAMETERS, COMMUNICATIONS or manually from the server console.
This will load TCPCON and allow the user to monitor traps received at the Server.
When the three NLMs have been loaded, choose DISPLAY LOCAL TRAPS
under the AVAILABLE OPTIONS heading in TCPCON. You will now see
traps formatted under the following headings:
Host Name: Trap Type: Timestamp:
FS-NAME TRAP DESCRIPTION / NUMBER TIME TRAP WAS RECEIVED
You can then delete the log when exiting out of the DISPLAY LOCAL TRAPS screen. The TCPCON.NLM does not have to be loaded for traps to be received, but it is necessary to view the traps. The SNMP$LOG.BIN file can only be viewed through TCPCON and should not be edited with DOS editors.
For expanded trap and server management, it is recommended that customers purchase Novell Server Management products. NetWare 6.5 SP3 or greater installs the full NetWare Server Management Agent (see KB 3753786, https://www.novell.com/support/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&externalId=3753786&sliceId=SAL_Public&dialogID=18398783&stateId=0%200%2018408426).
Formerly known as TID# 10051268