SNMP plug-in can receive SNMP traps by running a workflow, which waits for a single trap message, or with a policy, which can handle traps continuously. The plug-in supports SNMPv1 and SNMPv2c traps.
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Wait for a Trap on an SNMP Device You can run a workflow that waits to receive an SNMP trap from a specified device.
Set an SNMP Trap Policy You can set a policy to continuously listen for traps from an SNMP device that is already registered in the plug-in inventory.
Configure an SNMP Trap Host Policy With the SNMP Trap Host policy listens for SNMP traps from hosts that might not be added as registered SNMP devices.
Edit a Trap Policy You can edit a trap policy to customize it for a specific use case. When you edit a trap policy, you can change its priority and startup settings, and customize the scripting and permissions associated with the policy.