You can select a variable to monitor using the built-in IPHost MIB browser that provides you with all variables, their current values and descriptions taken from the trap-mib .
OID list for trap-mib
- This table houses information for transmitting traps. This table is not associated with trivial authentication.
- Each entry contains a community name for the SNMP trap PDU, network addresses of who receives traps from this device and a trap status of Enable or Disable.
- A unique value for each trap entry that indexes the table.
- The community name that will be used within the SNMP trap PDU.
- This object is checked to determine if traps should be sent to the corresponding network address associated with it.
- The network address of the device that will receive traps from this agent.
- This object administratively defines operations of the source SNMP protocol entity. When processing a SNMP message, the entity acts as a SNMP party.
- This object administratively defines operations of the destination SNMP protocol entity. When processing a SNMP message, the entity acts as a SNMP party.
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