Configure C3 Event Manager (Windows) to receive and translate/format SNMP automatically
1. Select Start, Programs, CA, Unicenter, NSM, Enterprise Management, EM Settings (Or execute command: caugui settings).
The EM Settings window appears.
2. Click the Component Activation Flags tab at the bottom and the Client Preferences tab on the right.
3. Set the SNMP Trap Server Activated option to YES, and click Yes on the confirmation message.
4. Click the Event Management tab at the bottom and the Client Preferences tab on the right.
5. Set the Format traps using provided tables option to YES, and click Yes on the confirmation message.
6. From the Settings menu, click Exit.
7. Start up the CA Trap Daemon using command unicntrl start com. You should see "catrapd.exe" process on the Windows Task Manager.
At the MS-DOS prompt, type unifstat to check if it's running:
%CASP_I_124, Component Information for TRP
%CASP_I_125, Description: SNMP Trap Services
%CASP_I_126, Current State: 500 - ACTIVE
%CASP_I_127, Events Queued: 0
%CASP_I_128, Requisites: 0
%CASP_I_129, SubComponents: 0
Configure CA WAAE to forward SNMP Traps to the C3 Event Manager
1. Set up WAAE to forward SNMP traps to SNMP Manager (C3 Event Manager) as documented in the URL below:
SnmpManagerHosts and SnmpCommunity
2. Ensure you are able to ping the Event Manager from the WAAE Scheduler host.
3. Confirm the SNMP services are configured. Look for the following default services and ports in /etc/services:
snmp 161/tcp # SNMP
snmp 161/udp # SNMP
snmptrap 162/tcp # SNMPTRAP
snmptrap 162/udp # SNMPTRAP
4. Restart the WAAE Scheduler and notice the following message in the Scheduler log
[21/01/2018 10:24:53] CAUAJM_I_40356 SNMP trap generation : ENABLED (Trap Hosts: <Event Manager Host> ).