This trap is sent when the device boots up in fail-safe mode.
This can happen for one of the following reasons:
o Fail-safe reboot was explicitly initiated by the user.
o The device rebooted automatically too many times because of
the failure of internal consistency checks or the failure of
tests that verify proper operation of the device.
One or more previously failed sources of power is now
working normally. The transition to normal condition happened
without the system having to be restarted.
NOTE: This trap is for future use.
WX devices currently do not generate this trap.
A cooling fan inside the device that had previously
failed or whose speed variation was high is now
working properly. The 'jnxWxCommonEventDescr' object
has the name of the fan that has recovered.
This trap is currently unused.
A possible mismatch was detected between the duplex setting
of either the local or remote interface and that of the
device attached to that interface. The interface (local
or remote) is identified by the 'jnxWxCommonEventDescr' object.
Note that this notification is quite different from
jnxWxCommonEventInterfaceSpeedMismatch, which compares the
local and remote interfaces on the same WX device.