SNMP Trap Destinations: Configuration
Configuration Options Related Tasks Related Topics
Use this page to provide the information that a WebLogic Server SNMP agent needs to connect to an SNMP manager.
Name Description Name
The name of this trap destination. This value is for your identification purposes only.
The password (community name) that a WebLogic Server SNMP agent sends to the SNMP manager when the agent generates SNMPv1 or SNMPv2 notifications.
The community name that you enter in this trap destination must match the name that the SNMP manager defines.
The DNS name or IP address of the computer on which the SNMP manager is running.
The WebLogic SNMP agent sends trap notifications to the host and port that you specify.
127.0.0.1 or ::1
The UDP port on which the SNMP manager is listening.
Specifies the user name that the WebLogic Server SNMP agent encodes into SNMPv3 responses or notifications. Requires you to create a credential map for this user name in the WebLogic Server security realm.
The credential map contains an authentication password and an optional privacy password for this user.
The user name and passwords must match the credentials required by the SNMP manager that this trap destination represents.
Specifies the security protocols that the SNMP agent uses when sending SNMPv3 responses or notifications to the SNMP manager that this trap destination represents. Requires you to specify a security name for this trap destination.
- Create trap destinations
- Stop generating notifications
- Verify notification generation
- Delete trap destinations