Receiving SNMP Traps in OpManager

OpManager's SNMP trap monitor listens for SNMP traps from devices on the default port 162. So, it automatically acts as a trap receiver and based on the trap processors defined in OpManager, the traps are processed and shown as OpManager alarms. When the default port 162 is blocked, the trap port can be switched to a different port.


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