Two private MIB objects are employed that are IP-version independent to represent IPv4 and IPv6 addresses in forwarded traps. Destination trap receivers that do not understand these MIB objects will either ignore the forwarded traps that contain these MIB objects or generate errors upon receiving the forwarded traps.

To suppress the addition of the two private MIB objects for trap address type and trap address, you can add the DestsNoSmTrapAddr setting to the trap-notify.conf file. For example:

Destinations = { {"localhost", 9100, "V1"}}
DestsNoSmTrapAddr = { "localhost:9100" }

The first line is an ordinary entry in the Destinations setting. The second line informs the SNMP Trap Notifier Adapter to skip the automatic addition of the two private MIB objects.