Tail of SNMP Trap Log

Tail of SNMP Trap Log report reveals the n most recent SNMP trap notifications recorded (also known as the "tail") in the SNMP trap log. This report is useful for quick access to recent trap notifications which can be indicators of significant activities happening on your network.

Note: SNMP Trap listener must be enabled and either a SNMP passive monitor must be associated with a monitored device or unsolicited SNMP traps accepted. For more information, see Enabling the SNMP Trap Listener.

Generate a report

Choose Device. Choose one or more host devices you want Tail of SNMP Trap Log measurements for.

Choose time constraints. (DateRange,BusinessHours) Choose times for the Tail of SNMP Trap Log. (For recently observed measurements, select Last Polled from the Date Range DateRange drop down list.)

Filter and reduce by row and by column. Sort and remove columns, group rows based on specific column values, and remove unwanted information from the table.

Chart, adjust output, and visualize. WUG17.0N-SP2-REPORTS-SETTINGS-IMG Fine tune report presentation and range of values displayed using the Report Settings WUG17.0N-SP2-REPORTS-SETTINGS-IMG dialog (optional).

Note: This report only returns Tail of SNMP Trap Log metrics for devices that already have the appropriate WMI or SNMP credentials. For more information, see Using Credentials.

Export report data

Report data can be exported from WhatsUp Gold, reused, and distributed in multiple formats. Select Expand (Full_Screen_Transparent) from the Dashboard Options (DasboardOptions) menu. After the report has been expanded, select the Export Data icon to access the following options:

See Also


Specific Device

Actions Fired

Completely Down Devices

Device Group Mini Status

State Change Timeline - Device

Down Active Monitors

Devices with Down Critical Monitors

Down Interfaces

Summary Counts

State Change Acknowledgment Report

Tail of Action Activity Log

Tail of Passive Monitor Error Log

Tail of State Change Log

Tail of Syslog

Tail of Windows Event Log

Unacknowledged Devices

Down Active Monitors