With the SNMP Trap Host policy listens for SNMP traps from hosts that might not be added as registered SNMP devices.


  • Verify that you are logged in to the Orchestrator client as an administrator.

  • Verify that you have a connection to an SNMP device from the Inventory view.


  1. From the drop-down menu in the Orchestrator client, select Administer.
  2. Click the Policy Templates view.
  3. In the workflows hierarchical list, expand Library > SNMP and navigate to the SNMP Trap Host policy template.
  4. Right-click the SNMP Trap Host policy template and select Apply Policy.
  5. In the Policy name text box, enter a name for the policy that you want to create.
  6. (Optional) In the Policy description text box, enter a description for the policy.
  7. Select Trap Host (Online) from the inventory tree.
  8. Click Submit to create the policy.

    The Orchestrator client switches to Run perspective.

  9. Right-click the policy and select Edit.
  10. In the Scripting tab, expand host > OnTrapAll.
    1. Select a workflow or a script to associate with the policy.
  11. Click Save and close to apply the edited settings.
  12. On the Policies view, right-click the policy that you edited and select Start policy.

What to do next

You can edit the SNMP Trap Host policy.