Is Spectrum able to handle SNMPV2c 64bit varbind traps?

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Last Modified Date : 14/02/2018
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Introduction:

Customer noted that Trap Exploder discards SNMP v2c traps that contain 64 bit varbinds value and would like to know if sending the trap directly to Spectrum, Spectrum is able to properly handle it, because he found on the manual https://docops.ca.com/ca-spectrum/10-2-1/en/managing-network/event-configuration/alertmap-files#AlertMapFiles-HowanSNMPv2TrapisMappedtoaspEvent  the sentence "The SNMPv2 variable bindings are converted directly to SNMPv1 bindings. As noted in RFC 2576, variable bindings of type Counter64 cannot be translated."

Question:

Is Spectrum able to handle SNMPV2c 64bit varbind traps?

Environment:
any
Answer:

Yes. The core of SS is based on SNMP V1 but the support of 64bit varbind was added long time ago in Spectrum.

So the sentence found on the manual is not completely true nowadays.