This is the unique identifier for this row in the
snmpTrapTable. When creating a new row, a manager can read the value of the
snmpTrapNextFreeIndex object and (if non-zero) can use this value as the index
of the new row to be created.
The actual number of rows that can be created on any particular device depends
on the memory and processing resources available at the time.
This DisplayString is the network address of the device to
which SNMP traps will be sent. This is an IP or IPX address. The following
formats can be used. IP nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn - dotted format IPX
AABBCCDD:AABBCCDDEEFF - network : node
Destination addresses must be unique within this table. An error is returned if
an attempt is made to add a duplicate address.
This defines the transport protocol to use when sending an
At present, this value is determined by the format/value of snmpTrapDestionation
which is currently un-ambiguous and so this object is read-only.
32 Bit Mask indicating which Trap categories that the
snmpTrapDestination is interested in.
'00000001'h - High Priority Configuration Traps '00000002'h - Low Priority
Configuration Traps '00000004'h - High Priority Security Traps '00000008'h - Low
Priority Security Traps '00000010'h - Alarms & Polling Traps '00000020'h -
Regular Heartbeat Traps '00000040'h - End Station Table Traps '00000080'h -
reserved '00000100'h - Physical Entity Traps '00000200'h - Facility Traps
'00000400'h - Service Related Traps
A value of 0xFFFFFFFF enables all traps.
The maximum rate at which that snmpTrapDestination is
willing to receive traps, specified as the minimum interval in milliseconds
between traps. For example, a value of 2000 will limit traps sent to this
destination to one trap every 2 seconds. A value of zero indicates that no trap
throttling is required.
The SNMPv2 RowStatus convention.
Notes: Because this is such a simple table:- 1) Writing any data to a destroyed
row, changes its state to active. 2) There is no notReady or notInService state.
Each row is either active or destroyed.