When WAAE is configured to send snmp traps for alarms, it will look at the /etc/services file to find out what port should be used to send the trap. It will look for an entry that looks like...
snmptrap 162/udp snmp-trap # Traps for SNMP
If that entry is not there, WAAE assumes that the port is 162 and uses that to send the traps.
This action takes place every time an alarm is generated in WAAE and a trap needs to be sent. To stop this message from appearing in the Scheduler log, the "snmptrap" entry above would need to be added to